A traumatized cop hunts down a child kidnapper to exorcise his own demons.
Berlin Film Festival
Israeli helmer Yoav Shamir's personal, irreverent "Defamation" is an ace slice of provocative, timely docu-making.
French thesp Isabelle Adjani returns to the bigscreen after five years with drama "Skirt Day."
"The International" is a mostly ho-hum globe-hopping thriller.
Film serves up enough goofy pranks and fractured wordplay to keep the series purring along.
Anyone who says they don't make love stories like they used to should see "The Young Victoria."
Religion, family and sexual mores are satirically skewered in overlong "Love Exposure."
Ben Foster softens his crazy-man shtick to deliver a complex and moving performance in the Iraq War drama.
In his eight years as Berlinale topper, Dieter Kosslick has had more than his fair share of international crises to weather. In his first year, Berlin was the first full-service fest to feel the…
Ever since the Academy Awards moved a month earlier in 2004, Hollywood has been struggling to work out how the Berlin Intl. Film Festival fits into its new calendar.
Perhaps it's the optimism inherent in the American character -- or the new administration's emphasis on hope -- but U.S. sellers and buyers are fairly bullish on Berlin.