Jasmila Zbanic's brave drama commemorates the victims of atrocities in 1990s Bosnia, making a substantial impression despite a short running time.
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…
Acclaimed stage director Bobo Jelcic uses the neo-docu handheld style of tight shots, ultra-natural acting and overlapping dialogue that's become a signature of new Romanian cinema, exhibiting…
European Film Promotion has announced the international jury for its Shooting Stars talent showcase, which takes place Feb. 9-11 as part of the Berlin Film Festival.
International film sales and financing powerhouse Fortissimo Films has acquired worldwide rights, excluding certain territories, to Slovenian war drama "Silent Sonata," which will bow at the…
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A loving, unmarried young couple failing to conceive are driven apart when one of them finds solace in religion.
Jasmila Zbanic, the director of Bosnia's competition entry "Na putu" (On the Path), sees only advantages to being a woman director.
A record 61 countries are vying for this year's Academy Award for foreign-language film, including first-time contender Kazakhstan with its entry "Nomad."
The Hollywood Film Festival will present Forest Whitaker with its actor of the year nod and Derek Luke and Lindsay Lohan with its breakthrough acting awards.
Shameful secrets block mother-daughter relations in sluggish meller "Grbavica," a debut feature from shorts and docu-maker Jasmila Zbanic. Central perf by Mirjana Karanovic is instantly endearing…
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