Poland's growing success on the international stage is stoking a creative boom with the appearance of strong new production companies and talent.
Cannes Film Festival
Life is often absurd, which explains how I went directly from a refugee camp near the South Sudan border to the Cannes Film Festival.
Poland's T-Mobile New Horizons Intl. Film Festival may not yet have entered its teens, but is already hitting above its weight.
To say Xavier Dolan stands out in the buttoned-down milieu of Canadian film is an understatement.
Despite cuts, there's still life in Spain's film industry.
The 65th Cannes Film Fest opened with a yin-yang pair of post-pic parties, an elegant dinner at Agora followed by a rave-style ear-splitter at the Carlton Beach.
In February, Spain dipped its toes in a digital future.
Four films that explore new business models for Spain
Savvy companies are helping young producers tap into new revenue streams
Ironically titled, though probably not on purpose, the supremely French melodrama "In a Rush" is an endless slog.
Guido Rud's FilmSharks has closed international sales rights outside Argentina and France on Argentinean helmer Adrian Caetano's hitwoman thriller "Mala" (Evil Woman).
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