HELSINKI, Finland– Elli Toivoniemi's docu feature debut “Once I Was A Dragonfly” nabbed the inaugural Pitch Award at the fourth edition of the Finnish Film Affair, the two-day confab hosted alongside…
Helsinki Film Festival
HELSINKI– Riina Hyytia and Simo Halinen won producer and director of the year awards, respectively, at the 4th Finnish Film Week, the industry event which ran alongside Helsinki Intl. Film Festival…
Pirjo Honkasalo’s “Concrete Night” and Dome Karukoski's “Heart of a Lion” are among the 27 new films set to screen at the second edition of Finnish Film Affair, the professional forum running…
Abdellatif Kechiche's drama romance “Blue Is the Warmest Color, ” winner of Cannes' Palme d'Or, is set to kick off the 26th Helsinki Intl. Film Festival – Love & Anarchy. Fest will close with Noah…
An exceptionally lovely hour of cinema that should provide a welcome addition to many a festival and cinematheque program.
Per Fly's “Waltz for Monica” (“Monica Z”), a biopic of Swedish jazz singer Monica Zetterlund, has been added to the lineup of Gothenburg-based Way Out West, a Scandi twist on South by Southwest. One…
PHOTOS: The Best Films of 2013 (So Far) Conventional wisdom has it that the studios, ever mindful of awards season, tend to reserve their quality movies for year’s end. Certainly that seems to have…
The idea of David Lynch directing a concert movie of Duran Duran remains far more exciting than the result.
Marion Cotillard is set to topline "Two Days, One Night" (Deux jours, une nuit), helmed by Belgian brothers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne.
The violent past of onetime Glasgow gangster Paul Ferris yields a banal biopic in "The Wee Man," returning multihyphenate Ray Burdis ("Love, Honor and Obey") to the director's chair after an absence…
Nostalgia and videogames look to be a potent combo for studios as Universal is bringing on Jez Butterworth to rewrite the script of "Asteroids."