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…
Berlin Film Festival
A large, chaotically chattering cast, polarities of farcical humor and teariest melodrama, even a rocking-around-the-Christmas-tree singalong: All the elements of a mass heart-sweller are…
An ode to the Yangtze River, hailed as the cradle of Chinese civilization, "Crosscurrent" builds an entire 116-minute docu-fiction around an abstract metaphor that doesn't hold water.
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BERLIN — Samuel and Victor Hadida’s Paris-based distribution company Metropolitan Filmexport has acquired George Clooney’s “Suburbicon,” one of the hottest projects sold in Berlin. The deal, which is…
Producer Christine Vachon, who will receive the Special Teddy at the Berlin Film Festival’s queer awards ceremony on Friday, discussed her long career at this year's Queer Academy Summit on…
Leipzig-based Rohfilm, whose Forum screener "Deadweight" unspooled at the Berlin Film Festival on Sunday, has unveiled a number of upcoming productions, including, "Three Peaks," starring Germany’s…
Keira Knightley starrer "Colette," based on the life of the French author who wrote "Gigi" and "Cheri," has enjoyed robust sales in Berlin this year, with sales agent Hanway Films selling out the…
Whereas nearly all forms of 20th-century combat go boom, the next frontier of cyberwarfare goes beep.
Conspiracy theorists and freedom of speech proponents will have a field day with Alex Gibney's "Zero Days."
Launched in 2012 as a crossroads for U.S., Mexico and Canada movie industries – just as Mexican movies began to catch fire Stateside and as Mexico consolidated as a film power which can bring…
Eastern European artists have long won over filmmakers from the West with masterful production and costume design — generally at a fraction of the cost of comparable work done by U.S. specialists…