Liza Johnson makes fine, steady progress with this delicate and absorbing character study starring Kristen Wiig.
Letters To Father Jacob
A divorced father has to face the emptiness of his existence after his youngest daughter graduates and moves on in Dutch prestige pic "Tirza," based on Arnon Grunberg's monumental novel.
FilmSharks Intl., a leading sales company in Latin America, has picked up worldwide sales rights for the catalogs of Mexico's Alta Vista Films and Argentina's Patagonik Film Group, two of the…
A record 69 foreign language films have qualified for the 67th Golden Globe awards consideration honoring 2009 achievements, it was announced today by Philip Berk, President of the Hollywood Foreign…
A simple but transcendent story about faith and human frailty achieves a state of grace in "Letters to Father Jacob."
Finnish helmer Jukka-Pekka Valkeapaa's atmospheric coming-of-ager "The Visitor" nabbed the Nordic Film Award which includes a cash prize of approx. $12,000 (100,000 Swedish Kroner), as well as the…
Star-crossed lovers ... hypocritical clergy and corrupt politicians ... history writ small ... Taking as its backdrop the years in which France lost its Canadian "New France" colony to England…
A comedic look at cross-cultural clashes, "Jalla! Jalla!" is fast, funny and often very vulgar. Pic's pace and sympathetic approach to its characters will make it a must-see among younger audiences…
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