Familiar themes get a fresh spin in well-crafted coming-of-ager "Acne," an assured feature debut from Uruguayan writer-helmer Fernando Veiroj.
Cannes Film Festival
Drearily austere look at a disaffected teen coming to terms with tragedy at an East Coast prep school.
Optimum Releasing, the U.K. distrib owned by StudioCanal, has plugged into its parent company's existing relationship with Joel Silver's Dark Castle shingle and acquired Dominic Sena's action…
This year's London U.K. Film Focus will include premieres of David Rocksavage's "Shadows in the Sun," Wyndham Price's "Abraham's Point," Tom Tyrwhitt's "Hush Your Mouth" and Danny Hiller's "Love Me…
Italo auteur Gianni Amelio will shoot a French-language adaptation of Albert Camus' autobiographical last novel "The First Man" with Claudia Cardinale attached to star.
French docu "Modern Life" reps another moving installment in an ongoing series by veteran documaker Raymond Depardon.
Paramount Pictures, Lionsgate and HBO will be among U.S. buyers at the third edition of the Madrid de Cine-Spanish Film Screenings, which takes place June 8-10.
The often stormy, sometimes downright crazy, history of what the Cannes Film Festival still refers to as a "parallel section" rather than by its actual name gets a warm 40th anni pat on the back from…
A once-over-lightly look at the man, the movie and director David Lean, "Once Upon a Time ... Lawrence of Arabia" is strictly for general auds only.
After years at sea, a middle-aged sailor returns to his home in deepest Tierra del Fuego and finds his past coming back to haunt him in Lisandro Alonso's supremely accomplished "Liverpool."
Two damaged dreamers seek their place in Iran's capital in "Lonely Tunes of Tehran," a lyrical but monologue-heavy depiction of life on the margins.