Spanish stars Paz Vega and Carmen Maura join with Edward James Olmos in a new untitled Australian-set picture by British director Jim Loach.
MADRID – Already a pioneering event, made up near entirely of tributes, retrospectives, revivals and movie restorations, for its fifth edition, the Lumiere 2013-Grand Lyon Film Festival is making…
"We Are What We Are," "Magic Magic" and a Jodorowsky double bill are set to unspool in the Cannes sidebar.
Croisette vets and first-timers pepper lineup
There's a familiarity about this year's BAFTA newcomers. Four of the five films nominated for outstanding debut by a British director, writer or producer are helmed by well-known performers.
A deeply moving study of emotionally scarred adults who were illegally deported as children to Australia from Britain in the 1940s and '50s.
Julianne Moore will be the guest of honor at the Rome Film Festival, which has unveiled a lineup of hot titles, many by young directors, including "Last Night," "Rabbit Hole" and Jim Loach's "Oranges…
William Hurt, Vanessa Redgrave and Jessica Chastain have boarded Ralph Fiennes' "Coriolanus."
Strong, pacily told tale unfolds from the p.o.v. of a would-be exploiter rather than a victim.
A social welfare counselor's best intentions for a troubled teen create in Jim McKay's immensely engrossing "Angel." For all the fresh observation and humanist realism in McKay's previous work, the…
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