The drama follows an Iranian who leaves his French wife and two kids in Paris, goes back to Iran and then returns four years later to get divorced.
A teenaged Neapolitan granita-seller is forced to baby-sit a big-mouthed, female peer for a Camorra boss in "The Interval."
Sundance Selects has acquired all U.S. rights to Abbas Kiarostami's romance "Like Someone in Love," following its world premiere in competition at Cannes.
Helmer Abbas Kiarostami is prepping the working-titled "Horizontal Process," his third consecutive pic shot outside his native Iran.
An unofficial twin to "Certified Copy," Abbas Kiarostami's Tokyo-set character waltz is a droll, elegant but faintly trying study in emotional artifice.
Carlos Reygadas, the leading light of a new generation of Mexican helmers, has teamed with producer partner Jaime Romandia to launch international sales company: NDM (short for Nodream-Mantarraya).
Argentine Miguel Cohan's "No Return" proved the main winner at the 55th Valladolid Film Festival
Abbas Kiarostami is in the Cannes competition with "Certified Copy," a sometimes comic meditation on marriage shot in Tuscany and billed as the first film shot outside Iran by the revered Iranian…
More compelling as an intellectual exercise than an emotional one.
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