A strong, jittery social drama that captures the frustrations of Iran's younger generation.
Berlin Film Festival
A generic domestic drama that refuses to look its political context in the eye.
Georgian helmer Tinatan Kajrishvili makes an atmospheric but overly vague debut.
Berlin – Pyramide Intl. Rolls Out Pre-sales on 'Leviathan,' Russian Director Andrey Zvyagintsev's Follow-Up to 'Elena'
PARIS - Confirming its status as one of the arthouse sales hits of Berlin's European Film Market last week, Eric Lagesse's Paris-based Pyramide Intl. has struck a raft of pre-sales on "Leviathan,"…
SCOTT FOUNDAS: Well, Peter, another film festival draws to a close. It seems we were only just at Sundance, and now Berlin is but a memory. Time goes by so quickly…why, it's almost like being one of…
Yoji Yamada delivers a passionless adaptation of Kyoko Nakajima's tale of adultery.
BERLIN -- Diao Yinan's Chinese noir drama "Black Coal, Thin Ice" won the Berlinale's Golden Bear on Saturday. In what has been a seeming tradition in recent years, the festival jury, headed this year…
LONDON — Australian film “52 Tuesdays,” helmed by Sophie Hyde, won the Crystal Bear for a film in the Berlin Film Festival's Generation 14plus section, which covers pics about young people. The…
An archetypal story of inner-city thug life gets a refreshingly atypical spin in sophomore helmer Umut Dag's "Cracks in Concrete."
Visit Vienna as a tourist and you aren't likely to see kids like Ramasan, the 11-year-old subject of docu director Sudabeh Mortezai's empathetically observed fiction debut, "Macondo."