Diego Galan's documentary offers only the most superficial glimpse at trends in post-1930 Spanish cinema.
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Late 1960s anarchic social humor is one of several jumping-off points for Antonin Peretjatko's wearily frenetic Franco-farce.
An underwhelming omnibus pic that offers a tribute to 100 years of Indian cinema.
Variety Financial News Editor Rachel Abrams and Foreign Correspondent Elsa Keslassy in conversation with Variety's Steve Gaydos at The Variety Studio: Cannes Edition at Chivas House, presented by…
IMDB founder and CEO Col Needham in conversation with Variety's Steve Gaydos at The Variety Studio: Cannes Edition at Chivas House, presented by Chivas Brothers and sponsored by HP. “The aim of IMDB…
Italian director Roberto Minervini's documentary-like portrait depicts a segment of Texas society where guns, livestock and the Holy Bible rank as the most important priorities in life.
Singaporean helmer Anthony Chen's debut brims with love, humor and heartbreak.
A plodding Argentine potboiler that examines the country's history of harboring Nazis after WWII, "Wakolda" leadenly reverse-engineers its plot from a reveal most will know from the get-go.
MADRID — Deeply personal, tragic recollections from a former teen-victim of Pol Pot's genocide hardly seem the feel-good fare that arthouse distributors worldwide are held now to crave. So, coming…
MADRID — Santiago Palavecino, one of the leading young lights of Argentina's building auteur genre scene, is prepping romantic psychological thriller "Hijo unico" (Only Child), his follow-up to "Some…
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