The first Venda-language feature in film history is a stilted fusion of folk tale and soap-opera sensibilities.
Angolan-born Portuguese multihyphenate Joao Viana crafts an opaque, heavy-handed metaphor for Guineau-Bissau's injured spirit in his feature helming debut, "The Battle of Tabato."
Honing in on the difficulties kids have in interpreting adult behavior, sophomore helmer Janis Nords crafts an honest, involving pic about an adolescent boy unable to extricate himself from a web of…
Imagem Filmes has nabbed several of the most sought-after titles at the Berlin market for Latin America, one of the fastest-growing markets in the world.
Bivalve-lovers will have something to chew on with Willemiek Kluijfhout's handsomely shot documentary "Mussels in Love," though her unabashedly partisan approach leaves niggling questions in its wake.