'The Descent: Part 2' has less emotional nuance but delivers as popcorn entertainment.
Cannes Film Festival
An expectedly arty, uninspiring docu best appreciated by the helmer's devotees
U.K. distrib Revolver has picked up Sundance director prizewinner "Sin nombre." By Sharon Swart U.K. distrib Revolver has picked up Sundance director prizewinner "Sin nombre." Deal marks the first…
Despite handsome, saturated lensing, the pic is floored by clunky dialogue, uninteresting characters and borderline ludicrous drama.
A tough, absorbingly intricate account of a young French-Arab thug's improbable education behind bars.
"The Band's Visit" helmer Eran Kolirin is swapping politics for existentialism with his new project "The Exchange."
Strand Releasing has snapped up two Sundance titles.
Focus Features has set Anton Corbijn to direct "A Very Private Gentleman," a Rowan Joffe-scripted adaptation of the Martin Booth novel.
French mini-major EuropaCorp is enjoying one of its busiest fests ever.
Celluloid Dreams owner Hengameh Panahi has created its first branded overseas film production hub, Celluloid Dreams Brazil.
Controversial Chinese helmer Lou Ye is tackling sex yet again in his new project, albeit with a Gallic flavor. The director is adapting Chinese writer Liu Jie Falan's "The Beach," about a Chinese…