Jacob Berger's feature incorporates period-blurring anachronisms to underline how issues of anti-Semitism and fascistic violence remain sadly all too current today.
Patricia Clarkson, Bruno Ganz, Kristin Scott Thomas, Emily Mortimer, Cillian Murphy, Timothy Spall and Cherry Jones are to star in Sally Potter's film "The Party," which has just started its 14-day…
Justice and vengeance become entwined in "Michael Kohlhaas," Arnaud des Pallieres' stolid treatment of Heinrich von Kleist's influential novella about a 16th-century horse merchant whose mistreatment…
TrustNordisk has nabbed international sales on Hans Petter Moland's comedy "The Prize Idiot," starring Stellan Skarsgard and Bruno Ganz.
Wrekin Hill Entertainment has acquired U.S. rights to Bille August's thriller “Night Train to Lisbon” from K5 International, three months after its world premiere at the Berlin Film Festival. Wrekin…
What's in a new pope's name? The recent election of Pope Francis is prompting a flurry of showbiz opportunities.
Though not quite a train wreck (the tech package is pedestrian rather than bad), Bille August's "Night Train to Lisbon" feels like a relic of the good ol' Europudding days.
Wim Wenders has long been a national institution in Germany, but now it's official.
Even those fascinated by dressage will wonder what Patricia Mazuy, her producers and cast thought they were making with "Of Women and Horses."
Action fans expecting another righteous display of ass-kicking from Liam Neeson may feel slightly let down by "Unknown."
Flaws notwithstanding, "Colors" is likely to find a core audience on Euro screens.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions