Justice and vengeance become entwined in "Michael Kohlhaas," Arnaud des Pallieres' stolid treatment of Heinrich von Kleist's influential novella about a 16th-century horse merchant whose mistreatment…
A densely packed, often astonishing cinematic feast that honors Rome in all its splendor and superficiality.
Guillaume Canet's English-language remake of 'Les Liens du sang' is a sluggish, dramatically undernourished saga with limited audience appeal.
Re-enforcing the growing film axis between Chile and France, Paris-based Rezo has re-upped with Chilean director Cristian Jimenez (pictured) and producer Bruno Bettati, tying down international…
This demanding but highly absorbing two-hander showcases Benicio Del Toro and Mathieu Amalric at the top of their craft.
Pyramide Intl. has inked international rights for "The Amazing Cat Fish," which topped Ventana Sur's Primer Corte pix-in-post competition in Buenos Aires. One of France's foremost arthouse sales…
Michel Gondry's latest is an often inventive but finally exhausting adaptation of Boris Vian's cult novel "Froth on a Daydream."
While not quite a "Notorious" F.L.O.P., French spy thriller and Hitchcock wannabe "Mobius" struggles to suggest why its central pair of lovers would want to be together beyond physical compatibility…
LONDON -- James Marsh's "Shadow Dancer" won three awards at the 23rd Dinard British Film Festival, France's leading showcase for U.K. cinema, on Saturday, while "iLL Manors," the directing debut of…
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