Vincent Cassel has been cast as the lead role in Ariel Kleiman's debut feature "Partisan." The thesp will replace Oscar Issac, who was previously attached to the pic. Protagonist Pictures has boarded…
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This underdog story manages to get a fair bit right about early 1970s surf culture when it isn't trafficking in the hoariest of David-vs.-Goliath cliches.
A rarely explored sociopolitical context that bristles with racial tension lends raw vitality to coming-of-ager "Shopping," a rough-hewn but confident first feature from New Zealand duo Mark Albiston…
The disappearance of a pregnant preteen exposes the raw wounds at the heart of an isolated southern New Zealand community in the absorbing and richly atmospheric "Top of the Lake."
XLrator Media has acquired all U.S. rights to the documentary "Storm Surfers 3D," which premiered last month at the Toronto Film Festival.
BIARRITZ -- Helmer Jane Campion is set to take part in Creative Talks, a series of masterclasses hosted by Variety parent Reed Midem during the upcoming Mipcom TV market at Cannes.
Like the Eurozone itself, helmer Tony Krawitz's first full-length fiction feature "Dead Europe" struggles to cohere into a convincing whole, despite sections of commanding authority.
Though its crude premise will raise expectations, "Not Suitable for Children" is a flaccid Australian romantic comedy that's unlikely to satisfy even the most laugh-starved auds.
A mercenary searching for the extinct Tasmanian Tiger has his suppressed humanity stirred in "The Hunter."
Film's frustratingly elliptical style and lack of character insight give it a distinctly first-draft feel.
Amply supporting Irving Berlin's assertion "There's no people like show people," "Orson's Shadow" imaginatively re-creates a stage collaboration between Orson Welles (Bruce McGill) and Laurence…
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