SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain — Already co-producing movies – and far more than is generally imagined – in Spain and Argentina, giant Spanish telco Telefonica is stepping up to the plate, upping the coin…
Hayao Miyazaki's hauntingly beautiful historical epic draws a sober portrait of Japan between the two World Wars.
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Dark Horse Comics will release an eight-issue mini-series based on George Lucas’ original vision of “Star Wars,” each month starting in September that runs through April 2014. The plot is based on a…
With an early hat tip to Hitchcock's "Psycho," helmer Braden Croft's micro-budgeted "Hemorrhage" initially hints at an innocent's view of evil. Instead, this thriller, birthed in darkest Canada…
There's something stomach-churning about "Final Witness," an ABC docudrama produced by ABC News alum Rudy Bednar, which extensively uses actors to replicate grisly crimes, and features the murder…
Gallic mini-major Rezo has taken France and all international rights outside Canada on "Love, Imagined," the second film from Canada's Xavier Dolan.
An often brilliantly imagined black comedy-cum-magical-realist yarn about a dumb peasant and his cow during WWII.
Pixar's 'Wall-E' is a simple yet deeply imagined piece of speculative fiction.
In "Penelope's" whirlwind pre-title sequence, Mark Palansky establishes a confident narrative grasp and eccentric visual style, creating a richly imagined canvas that blends old worlds and new.
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