If you're going to title your film "The Odyssey," you need to be pretty certain it's got enough narrative heft and thrust to justify the Homeric allusion.
Kino Lorber has nabbed all U.S. rights to Daniel Auteuil’s “Marius” and “Fanny,” the French star-turned-helmer’s follow up to “The Well-Digger’s Daughter.” Both pics are part of French author Marcel…
The unhealed wounds of post-apartheid South Africa get a brutal but superficial once-over in Jerome Salle's savagely violent cop thriller.
Pathe Intl. has revealed a raft of sales on its Cannes slate, including Jerome Salle's thriller "Zulu," which closes the fest. "Zulu" was picked up by Japan (Klockworx), Brazil (Europa), Scandinavia…
There was plenty of Baz-razzmatazz as the 66th Cannes Film Festival bowed with a mix of fun, lofty hopes and melancholy that F. Scott Fitzgerald would have appreciated. In the spirit of opener "The…
Steven Spielberg's jury will have no shortage of Hollywood talent to sift through on the Croisette this year.
The Cape Town-set thriller "Zulu," toplining Orlando Boom and Forest Whitaker as two cops on the beat, has been chosen to close the 66th Cannes Film Festival.
When Jerome Seydoux, the scion of the Seydoux-Schlumberger industrial empire, bought Pathe in 1990, he helped not only to modernize Europe's oldest film company, but also to internationalize France's…
CAPE TOWN -- When the sound of gunshots rattled the calm in the Cape Flats district of Cape Town on a recent weekday afternoon, nobody panicked.
Far-flung locales look mostly striking, but the far-fetched plot machinations, choppy editing and wildly uneven acting aren't a pretty sight.
Johnny Depp, Angelina Jolie, Venice -- what more could you want from a movie? Quite a lot, actually.