This week's opening night tribute to the Toronto Film Festival's chief cheerleader, the late Roger Ebert, will beg a key question: Can anyone fill his shoes? No other critic ever possessed the…
Technology and infinite patience form the alchemist's stone that turns celluloid dross into cinematic gold in "The Extraordinary Voyage," Serge Bromberg's and Eric Lange's tale of preservation magic.
A serious-minded and entertaining piece of anthropological cinema that will appeal to art-film auds and armchair travelers alike.
Lloyd Levin ("The Green Zone," "United 93") is set to produce the bigscreen adaptation of Warren Fahy's bestseller "Fragment," about a reality show that discovers a host of terrifying new species of…
"Fragments" -- Brook's collection of five Beckett pieces, three exquisitely expressive performers and one notably void rectangular playing space -- makes only this single U.S. stop in Chicago on a…
A leisurely but rewardingly intense dual narrative that delicately unpicks the secret lives of women.
Split-screen techniques fail to hide a paucity of content and a piecemeal narrative in "The Tracey Fragments," the latest offering from vet Canadian indie helmer Bruce McDonald. Faux-MTV artiness may…
Helmer-scripter Gabriel Le Bomin's intriguing first feature, "Fragments of Antonin," joins a battalion of recent French films revisiting World War I. Pic opens in France on Nov. 8, and its…
A compilation of outtakes from the first three "Heimat" series plus new footage fashioned to glue it all roughly together, "Heimat -- Fragments the Women" is essentially a DVD extra with feature…
A collaboration between Israeli helmer Eyal Silvan and Palestinian Michel Khleifi, "Route 181" spends 4½ hours traveling borders set by the United Nations to partition Palestine into two states. A…
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