BARCELONA -- Paris-based Urban Factory, Peru's Maretazo Cine and Carlos Reygadas' Mexico-based No Dreams Cinema are teaming to produce black comedy "El Mudo," Daniel and Diego Vega's followup to…
Serbian helmer Emir Kusturica will serve as jury prexy of Un Certain Regard at the 64th Cannes Film Festival, which runs May 11-22.
Mohamed Al-Daradji's "The Train Station," Daniel and Diego Vega's "El Mudo" and Deniz Erguven's "Kings" figure among 15 projects selected for the Cannes Film Festival's 6th Cinefondation Atelier.
A moneylender's heart begins to thaw when cares for an abandoned baby in this bittersweet dramedy.
The Last Time I Saw Paris is an engrossing romantic drama that tells a good story with fine performances and an overall honesty of dramatic purpose.
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