This strident pic hasn't got enough new to say to invade theatrical venues.
Berlin Film Festival
Four lesbians approaching middle age conspire to cover up a murder.
Unsatisfying if occasionally amusing hybrid attempt by the helmers to maintain their offbeat humor.
The ill health of the current patriarch of a bakers' dynasty throws the life of one of his children for a loop.
Roman Polanski has been named best director at the Berlin Film Festival.
Following a robust Sundance, the deals continued to flow as buyers were in need of product.
Agostino Imondi and Dietmar Ratsch's "Neukoelln Unlimited" has nabbed the Berlinale's Crystal Bear for best feature in the youth and children's Generations section.
IFC Films has snapped up North American rights to Berlin fave "Puzzle."