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A mash-up of family history, observational footage and dramatic reconstructions, pic reps yet another snoozy contribution to the subgenre of dead-dad docus.
Epicentre, a Paris-based producer-distrib and DVD publisher, has acquired Venice out-of-competition player "Lullaby to My Father," a documentary by Israel's Amos Gitai.
Lionsgate knows that in the testosterone-fueled world of mixed martial arts, you need to bring the fight to the fans early.
Pic has little value except as a vivid example of a film's apparently bottomless misogyny.
Amos Gitai's work is being extensively showcased at the Forum during this year's Berlin Film Festival. In addition to this new documentary about memory and identity, one of the strongest of his…
Amos Gitai's autobiographical, virtually plotless depiction of the experiences of a small medical unit on the front-line during the 1973 Yom Kippur War, in which Syrian and Egyptian forces made a…