Not everyone in France is a wine connoisseur. In "Saint Amour," country bumpkin cattle farmer Bruno (Benoit Poelvoorde) tosses back the stuff just to get drunk.
Berlin Film Festival
Conceived in real time, "Paris 05:59" is a bold, sexually explicit yet heart-warming story of two men who prove that it really does only take a second to fall in love.
A chill pervades everything about "United States of Love," a largely unforgiving though strikingly lensed look at four unhappy women eaten up with obsessions.
Somewhere around the sixth hour of "A Lullaby to the Sorrowful Mystery," two characters engage in a hoary discussion about the value of art as an instrument of political change.
"It's all about diversity," Dieter Kosslick, festival director of the Berlin Film Festival, tells Variety, referring to the line-up of movies from 77 countries, the 20,000 accredited guests from more…
Jan Naszewski's New Europe Film Sales has inked multiple territory deals for Berlin Film Festival competition entry "United States of Love," which is written and directed by Tomasz Wasilewski. The…
Italian arthouse distributor Academy Two has snapped up Italo rights to Iranian director Mani Haghighi's "A Dragon Arrives!" from German sales company The Match Factory ahead of the quirky black…
Oscar-winning helmer Stefan Ruzowitzky ("The Counterfeiters") is set to direct Zieger Film's "Imilla — The Girl Who Avenged Che Guevara." The pic tells the true story of Monika Ertl, a German woman…
Don Cheadle, at the Berlin Film Festival for the premiere of his Miles Davis biopic "Miles Ahead," described the making of the film as "a herculean task," adding that he had "to wear every hat…
Judging by his free-floating astronaut fantasies, Philippe Mars is not the kind of man they think he is at home (oh, no, no, no, he's a rocket man!).
The distributors for Michael Moore's documentary “Where to Invade Next” have announced that Flint, Mich., residents will be able to see the film for free for a week at two local theaters. The film…