Cristi Puiu's follow-up to "Mr. Lazarescu" is a tale of murders, but it's not about murder.
Cannes Film Festival
Carlo Di Palma, the late ace Italian cinematographer who worked with Roberto Rossellini, Michelangelo Antonioni and Woody Allen, among others, will be celebrated with a major retrospective and…
Borja Cobeaga, one of Spain's top new comedy film talents, is set to direct his second feature, "No controles."
Film Movement has acquired all North American rights to the Pyramide-sold Italian erotic drama "Cosa voglio di piu" (Come Undone) helmed by Silvio Soldini.
Though sometimes confused with his countryman Hong Sang-soo (whose own latest feature, 48-year-old writer-director Im Sang-soo is in many ways his polar opposite.
While the market continues to be tough going for indies, Cannes' Cinefondation's director, George Goldenstern, continues to strengthen his role as backer and gatekeeper of auteur cinema.
Eduardo Costantini's Buenos Aires-based Costa Films is teaming with Andrew Eaton and Michael Winterbottom's Revolution Films to produce "Two/One," the directorial debut of Juan Cabral.
French director Xavier Gens' latest pic, "The Divide," has added Lauren German, Milo Ventimiglia, Michael Biehn and Rosanna Arquette to the roster.
At 101 years old and counting, Portuguese filmmaker Manoel de Oliveira has clearly broken a few records.
Film/Depot has acquired distribution rights to Marc Forster's "Machine Gun Preacher" and Shia LaBeouf starrer "The Necessary Death of Charlie Countrymen" for distribution in Russia and the…
Zentropa Spain, the Spanish arm of Lars von Trier's Zentropa Entertainment that launched in September, has greenlit its first feature, "Tasting Menu," a gastronomic ensemble comedy.