RIO DE JANEIRO — The Americas Film Conservancy (AFC), a Los Angeles-based foundation, has teamed with Rio de Janeiro's Latin American Training Center (LATC) to publish "Latin American Cinema Today…
SAN SEBASTIAN – Underscoring rising market returns for select non-U.S. indie animated movies, FilmSharks International has announced more overseas sales on "Rodencia and the Princess' Tooth," Peru's…
Film production has undergone a seismic shift in Ecuador, where output has jumped to five to six pics annually compared to a single pic every three years in the '90s and early 2000s.
ROME — Tribeca Enterprises and the Doha Film Institute have ended their partnership, four years after launching the Doha Tribeca Film Festival, in what appears to be a recurring pattern with Gulf…
If it weren't for the luminous face of Belgian actress Pauline Etienne ("Restless"), this plodding adaptation of Diderot's anti-clerical novel would be a snoozefest of epic proportions.
Jackie Chan has been named as a Hong Kong delegate on the Chinese government's top advisory body.
Covering a broad swath of liberal economic theory in brisk, simply stated fashion, "Inequality for All" aims to do for income disparity what "An Inconvenient Truth" did for climate change.
A slender, 75-minute glimpse into the life of a high-school English teacher having an affair with one of her students that leaves audiences none the wiser for having seen it.
The past few years have seen a boom in local films in Ecuador.
For the first time since bunking together, Disney's twin toon shops have begun to bear a resemblance to each other.