Even members of the One Percent may feel frozen out by "Boris Without Beatrice," a brittle, no-joke comedy of unchecked privilege that maintains the tone of social satire without ever alighting on a…
Not for the narrative-minded, this fiercely abstract mix of factory workplace documentary and scripted 'worker' commentary proves strangely compelling.
PARIS– Justine Triet's dramedy “Age of Panic” nabbed the audience prize at Paris Cinema Intl. Film Festival, which wrapped Monday evening in Paris. A feature debut set against the backdrop of the…
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PARIS — The 11th edition of Paris Cinema Intl. Film Festival will roll out with a strong lineup of Cannes highlights, from Abdelattif Kechiche’s Palme d’Or-winning “Blue Is the Warmest Color” to…
Calin Peter Netzer's Romanian social drama "Child's Pose" won the Berlin Film Festival's Golden Bear for best picture Saturday, while David Gordon Green took the Silver Bear for director for "Prince…
Two ex-convicts and lovers try to get back to normal in the Canuck backwoods in the oddball offering "Vic + Flo ont vu un ours."
Helmer Denise Cote brings a haunting mix of curiosity and compassion to his docu about Quebec's Parc Safari.
Spearheaded by phenomenal pint-sized lead Sydney Aguirre, this challenging third feature from the Zellner Brothers retains much of their provocative trademark idiocy but navigates darker waters…
Canadian helmer Denis Cote is developing "Vic and Flo Saw a Bear," a psychological suspenser toplining French thesp-director Valerie Donzelli ("Declaration of War") and Canadian actor Marc-Andre…
The 12th annual edition of the Jeonju festival's successful Digital Project has united three of Europe's most consistently fascinating and independent filmmakers.
Denis Villeneuve recognizes how easily ambition can be mistaken for arrogance. "I'm not always proud of this side of me, and it may be getting worse," concedes the Canadian director, who earned…