Receiving a lifetime achievement award at the Transylvania International Film Festival earlier this month, producer Iain Smith fondly described his time shooting "Cold Mountain" in Romania in 2003 as…
The doctor protagonist is one of a pantheon of characters who think of themselves as good people yet by manipulating the system triggers just one more cascade of corruption.
Shining a light on two new European talents to track, the 14th Marrakech Film Festival awarded its top prize, the Golden Star, to Russian Ivan Tverdovsky's "Corrections Class" while Swiss Simon…
MARRAKECH — At Saturday's press conference, which took place at the 14th Marrakech Film Festival, the jury, presided over by Isabelle Huppert, discussed motives for attending the festival, their…
LONDON — Christine Eloy has been tapped as managing director of Europa Distribution, which reps more than 130 independent distributors from 28 countries. Eloy, who starts Sept. 2, was formerly head…
Dieter Kosslick, director of the Berlin Film Festival, and Marion Doering, director of the European Film Academy, will be among the tutors at the first edition of SOFA, a series of film industry…
PARIS-- Danish Tobias Lindholm's "A Hijacking" won top kudos at Les Arcs European Film Festival which wrapped Saturday in the French Alps.
The nine films to qualify for the shortlist for the next foreign-language film Oscar have been named by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Films from Noah Baumback, Brian De Palma, Sally Potter, Olivier Assayas, Abbas Kiarostami and Michael Haneke are among the pics on tap for main slate of the 2012 New York Film Festival.
PRAGUE -- Romania's leading filmmakers are protesting a move by the new government of Prime Minister Victor Ponta to put the Romanian Cultural Institute, the body that promotes the country's arts at…
The tensions between the spiritual and the secular, groups and individuals, are examined in intelligent, creepily insinuating but not entirely satisfying fashion in Cristian Mungiu's latest work.