This droll odyssey of a good museum guard gone bad and the people who cross his path as he makes off with a stolen painting will surf specialized sections of the festival circuit.
Karlovy Vary Film Festival
The landscape's visual majesty and the pic's ethnographic detail will entice fest programmers and niche arthouse distribs on the lookout for accessible exotica.
Sebastian, Disney's calypso-inclined crustacean, may despair at "Little from the Fish Shop," a sly update of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Little Mermaid" in which his catchy counsel to remain…
You can't choose your family, sure — though if there's one lesson to be learned from the woebegone fraternal principals of "The Snake Brothers," it's that you can make any number of your own bad…
"Antonia Pozzi was an Italian poet." That terse description is all the English-language Wikipedia entry has to offer on the tragic literary figure whose life inspired Ferdinando Cito Filomarino's…
Any old documentary can give you the history of a city, but it takes a special kind of movie to capture its spirit, from the way the sun reflects off its walls to the smell of rain on its streets.
Director Helena Trestikova cares about Mallory, and audiences will, too, after watching this condensed account of 13 years in the life of an otherwise-unsung hero, captured via the director's unique…
The tidy connotations of its title notwithstanding, there is little about "Box" that invites categorization.
The old truism that one man's gold is another man's garbage gives life to Corneliu Porumboiu's sandpaper-dry caper comedy.
As the Karlovy Vary film festival celebrates its 50th edition, artistic director Karel Och is wrapping his fifth as head of the Czech Republic-based event.
KARLOVY VARY, Czech Republic — Diego Ongaro's debut feature, a portrait of a prickly American iconoclast, "Bob and the Trees," won the top prize, the Crystal Globe, at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival…