Quentin Dupieux's latest provocation manages to seem both insipid and pretentious.
LOCARNO — Paris-based Le Pacte has initiated sales on Quentin Dupieux's left-of-field comedy "Wrong Cops," which world premiered in Locarno's Piazza Grande Friday night. L.A.-set, "Wrong Cops"…
In the run up to its Sundance bow, Quentin Dupieux's Los Angeles-set "Wrong Cops," a left-of-field comedy turning on a group of disturbed cops, has already locked down international partners.
Alexei Balabanov's "Me Too" tracks a gaggle of roughneck pilgrims on a mission to a bell tower in the middle of a deathly, irradiated area that will supposedly transport them to a realm of eternal…
"Anton's Right Here," the helming debut of Russian film critic Lyubov Arkus, is the sort of devastatingly moving docu that makes auds want to give everyone involved in it a bear-hug after the credits…
An enchanting, lighthearted comedy-drama about a Kazakh youth obsessed with a female space traveler, "Baikonur" aims for the stars and takes auds over the moon.
Painfully uneventful, Russian snoozefest "The Hunter" is a retreat into Slavic arthouse mannerism.
Berlinale competition title "Innocent Saturday," directed by Alexander Mindadze and produced by Alexander Rodnyansky and Sergei Melkumov, is among the Russian titles being touted at the EFM this year.
Russia's top independent production company, CTB, whose slate includes some of the most profitable local films of the last decade, is launching distrib outfit Nashe Kino.