East European drama "The Teacher," which plays this week at the Tokyo Film Festival, has added new sales deals. The film, directed by Jan Hrebejk, was acquired for South Korea by Candle Media and by…
Film Movement will give a North American release to "The Teacher," the Czechoslovakia-set drama that has become a star performer on the international festival circuit. The New York-based distributor…
Providing the lesson that quality drama can still be a winning format, East European picture "The Teacher" has become a sales success for LevelK. Since the film's debut at the Karlovy Vary festival…
Zuzana Maurery (named best actress at Karlovy Vary), tears into the part of a lifetime as a terrifying instructor who heads the local Communist party and uses her pupils to manipulate their parents…
MADRID — Having carved a market niche selling Spanish and Latin American fare, Madrid-based sales consortium Latido Films is spreading its net, also acquiring worldwide sales rights to a building…
The honeymoon phase ends more quickly than expected for a Czech couple when past secrets come to light in Jan Hrebejk’s tense new feature. The prolific helmer nabbed directing honors at the Karlovy…
It was a good holiday weekend for Jessica Chastain in particular at the box office, as her films "Mama" and "Zero Dark Thirty" together earned an estimated $54.6 million in four days.
A better-than-average horror-thriller that relies more on potent suspense than graphic savagery or stereoscopic tricks.
A modestly appealing, barely convincing spouse-swap comedy that reps one of Czech helmer Jan Hrebejk's slighter recent efforts.
Four wild-haired Czechoslovak teens rebel against their parents, teachers and the communist system in the nostalgic crowdpleaser "Identity Card."
Aan emotionally meaty family drama that can easily connect at a human level with upscale offshore auds.