The film debut of Catalan theater director Ferran Audi, "The Frost" is a contempo Norway-set update of Ibsen's play "Little Eyolf."
Cannes Film Festival
Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the Paris suburbs, writer-producer Luc Besson lobs another Molotov cocktail at the screen with "District B13: Ultimatum."
Lucrecia Martel's "The Headless Woman" has found a U.S. home at Strand Releasing.
Guatemalan Julio Hernandez Cordon ("Gasolina") and Chile's Esteban Larrain ("Alice in the Land") are among six young filmmakers selected for the Cannes Festival's 18th Cinefondation Residence.
Clint Eastwood received an honorary Palme d'Or from Cannes festival toppers Gilles Jacob and Thierry Fremaux to celebrate "the talent of a grand master at the summit of his craft" at a private…
Refreshingly different precisely because its look is so profoundly retro, "Brendan and the Secret of Kells" harks back not just to older animation styles but to pre-medieval illuminated manuscript…
A Copenhagen seventh-grader winningly copes with comic traumas in "Max Embarrassing."
Auds may feel a sense of deja vu while watching the blackly comic crime thriller "Staten Island."
Producing partners Rory Kennedy and Liz Garbus will deliver a closing address on "Social Change Through Documentary" at Mipdoc, the market for docu features, specials and series that runs March 28-29…
A heavyset supermarket security guard on the nightshift develops a non-threateningobsession with a floor cleaner in "Gigante," Adrian Biniez's slow-moving feature debut that fails to inject freshness…