Jasmila Zbanic's brave drama commemorates the victims of atrocities in 1990s Bosnia, making a substantial impression despite a short running time.
For Those Who Can Tell No Tales
A thought-provoking concept gets flat-footed execution in this drama about a Capture the Flag game gone wrong.
SAN SEBASTIAN - Atom Egoyan's "Devil's Knot," Jasmila Zbanic's "For Those Who Can Tell No Tales" and Gotz Spielmann's "October November" will compete for San Sebastian's Golden Seashell, the Basque…
The New York Film Festival has set the world preem of “Her,” the new Spike Jonze film starring Joaquin Phoenix, for its closing night gala screening in October. The first feature from writer-director…
Bill Condon's biopic thriller "The Fifth Estate," starring Benedict Cumberbatch as WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, will open the Toronto Intl. Film Festival on Sept. 5. "Information is the most…
DreamWorks continues to build a strong international cast for its untitled Wikileaks movie as Swedish thesp Alicia Vikander is in negotiations to star in the Julian Assange biopic.
It's a treat to revisit the best American play ever written about merciless men and their predatory business practices.
Gadfly documaker Avi Mograbi shares his thoughts on the right of return with Palestinian friend Ali Al-Azhari in the thought-provoking "Once I Entered a Garden."
If ever a play proved one can reach the universal through particulars, it's Bill Cain's "How to Write a New Book for the Bible," splendidly executed by South Coast Rep by way of Berkeley and Seattle.
In a pre-emptive deal, New Regency has acquired feature film rights to Dan Sehlberg's debut novel "Mona."