Amos Gitai's meditative if somewhat contrived Jaffa-set drama is most notable for being constructed from a single Steadicam-shot take.
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Getting to the Lido was easy for South Korean director Kim Ki-duk, who presents his "Moebius" in the Venice festival's out of competition section Tuesday. Getting his picture a release at home was…
"Philomena," "Tracks" and "Joe" looked like early standouts for buyers as a buoyant Venice festival, energized by a bullish reception for Warner Bros.' opener "Gravity," hits the midway mark.
Just ahead of its world premiere at Venice, Patrice Leconte's ambitious English-language debut, "A Promise," has already drawn a flurry of buyers. Paris-based outfit Wild Bunch, which reps the…
Venice closer "Amazonia," which receives a market screening Sunday, is not just a 3D jungle adventure pic that attempts to do visual justice to the Amazon. For Brazil's burgeoning movie industry, it…
LOCARNO — In an eye-catching move, Germany's The Match Factory has swooped on Jean Denizot's "La Belle Vie" (The Good Life), which world premieres at next month's 70th Venice Festival, co-opening the…
ROME — The Venice Film Festival is celebrating its upcoming 70th edition with 70 shorts on the future of filmmaking each from a different auteur all over the world. Names of participating helmers…
A potent combo of hostage thriller and high-impact morality play, "Graceland" hardly puts a foot wrong for two-thirds of its lean running time.