After "Tony Manero" and "Post Mortem," his devastating portraits of the Pinochet regime, Chilean helmer Pablo Larrain satisfyingly completes the trilogy with an affirmative victory for democracy in…
Cannes Film Festival
Jean Prewitt, president-CEO of the Independent Film & Television Alliance, is taking a cautiously optimistic view of this year's Cannes market and growing traction for the Chinese film business.
Bruno Wu's Seven Stars Film Studios has agreed to finance John Woo's remake of "The Killer" from Woo and Terence Chang's Lion Rock Prods.
Reality-TV addiction is overripe for satire, yet Matteo Garrone's latest swerves from anything biting, opting for an affectionate look at a man's mad quest for celebrity.
Swedish cinema is hotter than ever following "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," but the man who co-financed the Millennium trilogy believes TV drama is now where the action is.
The most famous scene in Swedish film used to be Max von Sydow playing chess with Death on the seashore in Ingmar Bergman's "The Seventh Seal." Now it's Noomi Rapace carving "I am a rapist pig" on…
It's been 25 years since Lasse Hallstrom made a film in his native Sweden.
Cannes highlights burgeoning biz of Latin America's biggest nation
Hollywood pics are performing increasingly well in Brazil, compensating for the decline of local movies.
Prominent pics from the land of the bossa nova
MPI Media Group has snapped up all North American rights to Spanish psychological thriller "Sleep Tight."