Sensitively observed, intelligently made realist drama is remarkable for its depth of characterization.
Berlin Film Festival
Magnolia Pictures has pre-bought North American rights to Lars von Trier's "Melancholia" at the European Film Market.
A shallow glimpse at Afghan filmmaker-policewoman Saba Sahar.
Lumpily rolls together gay life, the Zionist experience and the kind of Jewish mother comedians and analysts dream about.
Future art historians may use Joe Swanberg's latest to illustrate the paucity of ideas and means in the 2010s.
The sad aimlessness of Joe Swanberg's second feature of 2011 elicits only a begrudging pity.
This vaguely dystopian, oddly disconnected 3D urban noir is a slick but simple-minded fable.
Self-ruled Taiwan's biz is riding high these days, as it gradually emerges from the shadow of its rival and benefactor, Mainland China, with an ever greater focus on commercial movies.
In what will please those in Hollywood eager to get into the world's fastest growing major film market, this year is set to be marked by changes in the structure of the biz in China, evolution that…
China's film market is booming. But while the burgeoning number of new cinema screens is fueling wild expansion, the pressure to get one of the key slots in the sked is growing.
Berlinale competition title "Innocent Saturday," directed by Alexander Mindadze and produced by Alexander Rodnyansky and Sergei Melkumov, is among the Russian titles being touted at the EFM this year.