The temptation of artists to fiddle with their earlier works brings preditably mixed results in "Ashes of Time: Redux."
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"Versailles" is scripter Pierre Schoeller's largely half-baked feature debut as helmer.
A famed acting duo from Italy's Fascist era gets the traditional biopic treatment in Marco Tullio Giordana's disappointing "Wild Blood."
Yelena Nikolayeva's late '90s-set Russian dramedy "Vanechka" is willing to see the lighter side of woefully underfunded state orphanages.
Brit helmer Terence Davies returns to filmmaking with "Of Time and the City," a highly personal film essay about his hometown, Liverpool.
A thematic companion piece to "Mystic River" but more complex and far-reaching, "Changeling" impressively continues Clint Eastwood's great run of ambitious late-career pictures.
While "Tennessee" scribe Russell Schaumberg never met a cliche he didn't like, helmer Aaron Woodley tries to inject authenticity into script's prefab structure, helped by Adam Rothenberg's strong perf
The Swedish Film Institute plans to present the country's films at the Dubai Film Festival in December.
Brazil's O2 Filmes and Universal Pictures have greenlit Toniko Melo's drama "VIPs," the fourth film in their production partnership in Brazil.
Argentina's Lucrecia Martel, whose "The Woman Without a Head" plays in Cannes' Competition on Wednesday, will direct alien-invader action pic "El eternauta."
Focus Features Intl. has brought a ray of sunshine to an otherwise uncertain Cannes market with a slew of sales for its slate.