India's vice president Mohammad Hamid Ansari told a gathering of the National Union of Journalists that dubious ownership has eroded the credibility of the media.
Jose Manuel Barroso
An elderly man's final day alive in Mexico City is rendered with intensity and rigor by filmmaker Michel Lipkes in the aptly titled "Malaventura."
Is Europe headed for a collective rethink of its public film-funding philosophy?
Change is coming to Europe's film subsidy system, but reports of its imminent demise turn out to be exaggerated.
Producer thinks that by shooting in English with name actors, the film has universal potential.
The surprisingly cohesive omnibus pic "Revolucion" features shorts by 10 helmers.
On Sept. 24, Viviane Reding, the EU culture and media commissioner since 1999, beamingly held aloft the San Sebastian Festival's first European Personality of the Year statue.
"Coming and Going" marks a blazing end to the 30-year career of Portugal's most provocative filmmaker-actor, Joao Cesar Monteiro, who died earlier this year at the age of 64. It is hard not to view…
The fact that "Nuts for Love" traces the uneven course of a thwarted romance tends to underline how we're watching a thwarted movie -- full of grand possibilities yet finally falling short of…
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