Cristian Mungiu's "4 Months, 3 Weeks & 2 Days," a stark, trenchant drama about a woman's experiences receiving an abortion in the waning days of Romania's communist era, won the Palme d'Or at the…
Cannes Film Festival
"Mutum" captures the bewilderment of adult life but lacks enough characterization to take it to another level of interest.
The Weinstein Co. has acquired North American rights to the drama "Control," centered on former Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis. Harvey Weinstein announced the deal Monday on the heels of the pic…
"My Brother Is An Only Child" by Daniele Luchetti, and Barbet Schroder's controversial docu "Terror's Advocate" were among the titles that NonStop Entertainment picked up in Cannes.
A day in the life of a foster family preparing to say goodbye to the boy they've raised is the simple premise behind "Foster Child," Brillante Mendoza's fourth and most mature work. Shot partly in…
For those who like their blood by the barrelful, "Inside" is just the ticket. Awash in red liquid that drips, oozes, spurts and pours, pic restarts the French gore genre with an over-the-top sadism…
"We Own the Night" recalls numerous good police dramas of the 1970s but brings nothing new to the table.
"Life is a Miracle" is a new slice of buffoonery about a peasant lad who finds true love.
Tale of a young man who intends to stay away from his desire-stoking, long-term mistress after his marriage.
Long before the conclusion of its only shot -- a continuous 81-minute take -- the operative word for Stathos Stathoulopoulos' "PVC-1" is "cut." A case of an enthusiastic filmmaker's love of tools…