Unresolved WWII guilt finds expression in earnest "And Along Come Tourists."
Cannes Film Festival
Ken Burns continues his long march through key passages in U.S. history with "The War."
More than simply a profile of the man best described as the Arab world's own Ed Wood.
Handmade Films Intl. racked up over $50 million in sales at the recent Cannes market, more than double the company's target.
Momentum Pictures has acquired U.K. rights to the Lebanese movie "Caramel," which premiered in Directors' Fortnight at Cannes.
Pic all too predictably devolves into a routine stranger-in-a-strange-land story.
Leading French media group TF1 has inked with Spanish sales agent Latido Films for all French rights to Carlos Saura's Portuguese song and dance pic "Fados."
Pic continues the breezy good times of the first two series entries without missing a beat.
Somber, sad and compelling, Ian Curtis biopic is a riveting, visually arresting portrait of a soul in torment.
Ferrara is in a wonderfully loose and comedic mood after the complex spiritual dramatics of 'Mary.'
Film seems a hostage to its plot rather than a true reverie on human desire and greed.