There's a lot of life but a comparative dearth of humanity in "11 Minutes," a buzzing, hurtling, too-fast-to-think thriller that scarcely makes sense of one of its numerous cross-woven…
LONDON – Poland's Jerzy Skolimowski "11 Minutes," Spain's Isabel Coixet "Nobody Wants the Night," Belgium's Joachim Lafosse "Les Chevaliers" and Iran's Mohsen Makhmalbaf "The President" have won…
It's not surprising to learn that Adam Sikora started off wanting to "be a painter and then a photographer" before focusing on the moving image.
Defying conventional wisdom, a 29-year-old former valedictorian discovers that not only can she go home again, she can even shag a hot high schooler in the process, steaming up some otherwise…
The annual European Parliament Lux competition for films that celebrate the diversity of the continent unveiled its lineup Sunday (July 3) at the Karlovy Vary international film festival.
It has one of the best production support systems in Europe, stable public funding and local- pic box office share that are the envy of many countries … so why are Polish films not traveling?
Ascot Elite has grabbed all German-language rights to Jon Wright's Irish sea monster horror-comedy "Grabbers," as well as Jerzy Skolimowski's Venice screener "Essential Killing."
WINNERS OF THE 67TH VENICE FILM FESTIVAL OFFICIAL AWARDS INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION JURY GOLDEN LION “Somewhere”(Sofia Coppola, U.S.) SILVER LION “The Last Circus” (“Balada triste de trompeta”) (Alex…
Despite skillful assemblage, the script's plausibility issues increasingly undermine engagement.
A great ensemble cast doesn't necessarily lead to a great film -- but it helps. In five of the 12 years it has been awarded, the SAG Award for ensemble cast of a film has predicted the picture award…
A superbly wrought yarn set in the milieu of Russian mobsters in London, "Eastern Promises" instantly takes its place among David Cronenberg's very best films.