Two weeks after Daniel Radcliffe came on board to star in “You Shall Know Our Velocity,” International Film Trust has sold all overseas territories. Producers are Tim Perell for Process and Michael…
Cannes Film Festival
Mockumentaries generally have culturally specific elements that play best to local audiences, and Kaouther Ben Hania's hilarious and acerbic "Challat of Tunis" is a prime example.
The unhealthily symbiotic relationship of two sisters is explored in intense, naturalistic fashion in "Next to Her," a strikingly lensed debut feature from Israeli helmer Asaf Korman.
Three orphaned siblings fight a corrupt bureaucracy in order to keep a roof over their heads in "The Owners," the small but scrappy third feature from prize-winning Kazakh writer-director Adilkhan…
Seeing Gong Li on the Croisette for Zhang Yimou's "Coming Home" was a reminder of the last time she trod the carpet at Cannes for a Zhang film — in 1995 for "Shanghai Triad." And while that wasn't so…
A young gypsy woman trying to lead a "normal" life is in a constant battle against prejudice and her own community's entrenched behavior in "The Way Out."
Magnolia Pictures has acquired the U.S. distribution rights to director Ruben Ostlund’s “Force majeure” following its Un Certain Regard jury prize win at the Cannes Film Festival. “Force majeure”…
A mobster movie without whackings, a thriller without suspense and a courtroom drama without resolution, this turgid retelling of an unsolved missing-persons case functions mostly as a portrait of a…
When director David Robert Mitchell appeared on the indie scene in 2010 with "The Myth of the American Sleepover," few would have guessed that his next project might be a horror movie.
There's more dialogue in the first reel of Lisandro Alonso's "Jauja" than in all four of the young Argentinian director's prior narrative features combined.