Fernando Coimbra's child abduction drama can feel clunky and overambitious, but gathers steam and displays considerable drive as it progresses.
Formula One adversaries James Hunt and Niki Lauda's larger-than-life bout for the 1976 world championship title fuels Ron Howard's exhilarating "Rush" — not just one of the great racing movies of all…
Director Courtney Solomon has made something like a "Cannonball Run" for the YouTube Generation, with the largely incoherent action cut in a Cuisinart.
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Alfonso Cuaron's white-knuckle space odyssey restores a sense of wonder, terror and possibility to the bigscreen that should inspire awe among critics and audiences worldwide.
Jennifer Hudson’s “Winnie Mandela” biopic has plans for a fall release now that Image Entertainment has acquired all U.S. rights. Deal was announced at Cannes. The $15 million film is an adaptation…
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Marcos Scherer — CEO of Brazil's Imagem Filmes, a big distributor in an ever bigger market — hunkers down to work each morning in Florianopolis.
Imagem Filmes has nabbed several of the most sought-after titles at the Berlin market for Latin America, one of the fastest-growing markets in the world.
Bruno Barreto's intimate, affecting, somewhat lumpily paced biopic focuses chiefly on poet Elizabeth Bishop's 15-year lesbian relationship with headstrong Brazilian architect Lota de Macedo Soares.
Brazilian pics at the Berlin fest reflect the human side of a rapidly growing nation
Call it the rule of four, or Brazil's first studio-sized alliance.