SAN SEBASTIAN – Underscoring rising market returns for select non-U.S. indie animated movies, FilmSharks International has announced more overseas sales on "Rodencia and the Princess' Tooth," Peru's…
Fans of Netflix original series should be prepared to jump from orange jumpsuits to green tailfins. Hot on the heels of the premiere of comedy series “Orange is the New Black,” Netflix unveiled a…
MADRID — Deeply personal, tragic recollections from a former teen-victim of Pol Pot's genocide hardly seem the feel-good fare that arthouse distributors worldwide are held now to crave. So, coming…
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A self-serious eco-thriller assembled with a competent but heavy hand, "A Dark Truth" decries corporate corruption and Third World oppression in an all-too-obvious manner.
A clever idea proves to be more than a mere gimmick in this often powerful omnibus, using fiction and docu forms to look at Israeli-Palestinian tensions through the universal need for H2O.
Imira Entertainment, a sales and production house focussing on kids' and youth content, has clinched sales with major broadcasters in Spain and Portugal.
It would be a mistake to tell Phoebe Tonkin she makes a spellbinding bad girl on the CW's witchy new drama "The Secret Circle."
Alternately political and apolitical, pessimistic and optimistic -- but rarely, if ever, cinematic -- Sam Bozzo's "Blue Gold: World Water Wars" works best as a smallscreen educational docu that…
British drollery is fueled by American aggressiveness to mixed results in "Flushed Away." This first adventure in computer animation by Blighty's celebrated Aardman studio succeeds in retaining the…
Rarely has H2O seemed so demonically scary as in "Dark Water," the latest psycho-thriller from Japanese maestro Hideo Nakata ("The Ring," "The Ring 2") which spreads a clammy hand of slow-burning…