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…
Cannes Film Festival
"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…
"Liberation Day" is the finest and truest film yet on the moral and emotional repercussions of the 15-year-old genocide that wracked Rwanda.
Deeply human docu consists of snippets from 20 years worth of home movies.
More sticky than icky, "The Substitute" sends a love-starved alien to terrorize a classroom of youngsters and, not incidentally, teach them that love is the greatest force in the universe. Paprika…
Nordisk Film Distribution has picked up Nordic rights to "Crossing Over" and "White Jazz."
IFC Films has closed a deal for North American rights to Gus Van Sant's "Paranoid Park," which screened in competition in Cannes.
Everyone seems to agree that there have been quite a few fine films at the Cannes Film Festival this year. What they entirely can't agree upon is which films they are.