MADRID – Lorenz Merz's "Cherry Pie" won the top Valencia Moon and a €30,000 ($40,800) cash prize for its Spanish distributor at the 29th Valencia Intl. Film Festival Cinema Jove, a cinema confab…
Paris-based Indie Sales has come on board Joachim Lafosse’s "The White Knights" (Les Chevaliers Blancs), the Belgian helmer’s follow-up to "Our Children," which played in Cannes' Un Certain Regard in…
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…
A critical digest of the week's latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. 2 Guns Distributor: Universal Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg make…
PARIS– Justine Triet's dramedy “Age of Panic” nabbed the audience prize at Paris Cinema Intl. Film Festival, which wrapped Monday evening in Paris. A feature debut set against the backdrop of the…
PARIS — The 11th edition of Paris Cinema Intl. Film Festival will roll out with a strong lineup of Cannes highlights, from Abdelattif Kechiche’s Palme d’Or-winning “Blue Is the Warmest Color” to…
India's Information & Broadcasting ministry has blacked out Comedy Central for 10 days, beginning May 25, for airing two primetime shows deemed offensive.
PARIS Thesp-helmer Noemie Lvovsky’s romantic second-chance comedy “Camille Rewinds” is the surprise leader in the race for France’s Cesar awards with 13 nominations, besting Michael Haneke’s…
From arranged marriage to infanticide, dramas mine wide range of dysfunctional group dynamics
AFI Fest has completed its program with a dozen entries in the foreign-language contest for the Academy Awards along with seven films screened at Cannes.
BRUSSELS -- Joachim Lafosse's drama "Our Children" has been chosen to represent Belgium in the race for the foreign-language Oscar.