BEIJING -- The Vietnam War-themed drama "The Scent of Burning Grass," from director Nguyen Huu Muoi, is Vietnam's entry for the foreign language film Oscar.
Arthouse Films has picked up U.S. rights to "Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow," Sophie Fiennes' docu feature about visual artist Anselm Kiefer.
Without narration apart from an opening title card, the docu offers more contemplation than information.
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This latest feature from Tim Blake Nelson is a mixed bag of often mismatched ideas.
Alan Ayckbourn, master craftsman of acerbic British comedy who unaccountably has never quite caught on here in the States, ventured into the dramatized ghost story genre first with "Haunting Julia"…
Edward Norton is set to play dual roles in "Leaves of Grass," a comedic thriller to be directed in spring by Tim Blake Nelson, who wrote the script and will also act in the film.
Helmer Charles Matthau combines a sensitive screenplay adaptation of Truman Capote's autobiographical novel "The Grass Harp" with a wonderful ensemble cast to create a jewel of a film. Fine Line will…