A "Blue Valentine"-meets-"ER"-style drama title more remarkable for its lightness of touch than for its social comment or despairing self-examination.
Karlovy Vary Film Festival
Pastry dough is far from the only thing that requires — and duly receives — delicate handling in "The Cakemaker."
With “Birds Are Singing in Kigali," Polish directors Joanna Kos-Krauze and Krzysztof Krauze not only draw parallels between the horrors of war in Rwanda and Poland, but also explore the often violent…
Rachel Israel makes her feature film debut with "Keep the Change," a very different kind of romantic comedy about an unlikely couple. Israel, who serves as an adjunct professor of film at Rhode…
Hope springs eternal among independent film and documentary producers, and several new European initiatives for distributing their work – all wholly or in part supported by Creative Europe, the…
Casey Affleck Talks Working With Rooney Mara on ‘A Ghost Story’: She Doesn’t Need a ‘Ton of Dialogue’
The creative team behind "A Ghost Story," which received its European premiere at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival this week, has developed a sympatico relationship they intend to return to again, says…
George Ovashvili's film takes an unusually, imprecisely poetic approach to historical fact as it recounts the last months in the life of former Georgian president Zviad Gamsakhurdia.
In accepting their Crystal Globes at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival on Monday for the remarkable collaboration that produced a dozen films over 21 years, screenwriter Paul Laverty joked that he's not…
London-based sales agency Film Republic has picked up the international rights, excluding Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Ukraine, to the Slovak-Ukrainian coproduction "The Line," which has its…
Berlin-based Films Boutique, a sales company that is belying its moniker with breakouts such as "Divines" and "On Body and Soul," has kicked off sales on Karlovy Vary Film Festival competition entry…
A Sahara-dry comedy of abject depression in Serbian suburbia that could play from certain angles as an entirely stern affair.