A brother and sister cursed with special powers live in a rural farmhouse encircled by a tall, impenetrable wall in the enticingly conceptual North Carolina-based indie "One & Two."
Berlin Film Festival
Sigmund Freud would have surely had a field day with writer-director Mitchell Lichtenstein, who has now devoted not one but two movies to women with metaphorical steel traps between their legs.
Set in Mexico during the "10 days that shook" Russia's greatest silent filmmaker, "Eisenstein in Guanajuato" marks Peter Greenaway's raucous attempt to capture his all-time cinema idol at his moment…
The chilly Berlin Film Festival heated up dramatically Wednesday night with the premiere of Universal’s “Fifty Shades of Grey,” which was warmly received by the fest crowd. Helmer Sam Taylor-Johnson…
BERLIN –Launching its biggest promo push in the last 15 years, the Italian film industry is driving into Latin America, kick-starting its surge with a multifaceted and mass presence at March's 30th…
BERLIN — New U.K. film distributor Neo has acquired two movies at Berlin's European Film Market. The company has picked up Celluloid Dreams’ “Closer to the Moon,” which is produced by Michael…
The Eurimages Co-Production Development Award, which comes with Euros 20,000 ($22,672), went to "3 Days in Quiberon," a project set to be directed by Emily Atef. It was presented at the Berlinale…
BERLIN — Wolfe Releasing has taken U.S. theatrical rights to Josh Kim's debut "How to Win at Checkers (Every Time)," which plays in the Panorama section of the Berlin Film Festival. The sale was…
Well, we've officially reached the mid-point of the 2015 Berlin Film Festival, although the most hotly anticipated event in this cold, cold town is still another day away.
Stacey May Fowles’ novel “Infidelity” is being developed as a feature film by producers Allison Black of Euclid 431 Pictures and Karen Shaw of Quarterlife Crisis Prods. Shaw has been meeting with…