LevelK has closed the first round of sales on Icelandic crime drama “Cruelty,” Anton Sigurdsson's sophomore feature. The film, which rolled out in Iceland in October and became the second-biggest…
Berlin Film Festival 2012
Munich-based sales company Global Screen has picked up international rights to high-profile documentary "Julian Schnabel – A Private Portrait" by Italian director Pappi Corsicato, which will be…
The upcoming European Film Market is off to a strong start, with exhibition space at the main Martin Gropius Bau and Marriott Hotel venues in Berlin fully booked.
Javier Bardem's name will do much to raise the profile of "Sons of the Clouds: The Last Colony," a slick docu on the Western Sahara crisis geared to capture the attention of Western auds.
An alienated punk and a war-refugee hooker prove that their feelings for one another go above and beyond societal constraints in "Bliss."
Debutante writer-helmer Olivia Silver's "Arcadia" features a dysfunctional family taking a road trip and stars John Hawkes: In every respect, it feels like a typical Sundance film, except that it…
Low-key pic is an inspiring look at the education and training of charismatic, articulate 16-year-old Ngaa Rauuira Pumanawawhiti, pegged since birth as a future leader.
If one were to use the term "food spa," as opposed to the obscene-sounding "food porn," it would apply to "The Raw and the Cooked."
Pic is a story of love and subterfuge in 1980 East Germany that never quite accelerates into an outright thriller.
BERLIN -- Snowfall and icy temperatures greeted red carpet guests as the Berlin Film Festival kicked off on Thursday with Benoit Jacquot's historical drama "Farewell, My Queen."
A well-observed but emotionally muted costume drama that might well have been titled "My Week With Marie Antoinette."
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