Gullane Filmes, producer of Venice Festival closing film "Amazonia," which opened Rio Thursday, is producing "Till Luck Do Us Part 2," the sequel to Brazil's biggest homegrown hit of 2012 in an…
Ettore Scola's affectionate tribute to Federico Fellini is a magical trip through history and memory, recounting the decades shared by these two deities of cinema.
All is not as it seems in Shahram Mokri's highly original second feature, filmed in one long, bravura shot.
Kazakh writer-director Seric Aprymov's drama feels like a gentler-tempered, less sophisticated sibling of the recent "Harmony Lessons."
A surfeit of forced lyricism undermines the natural poignancy of Rick Ostermann's drama about German orphans wandering East Prussia after WWII.
CBS will be heading back to the “Big Brother” house next summer, as the Eye renews the veteran unscripted series for a 16th season. “Big Brother: After Dark,” which transitioned to TV Guide Network…
Kitty Green's fascinating documentary offers a nuanced, thoughtful portrait of the Ukrainian feminist group Femen.
Topnotch technique has been brought to bear on a portentously nerdy script in this treat for anime fans.
Philippe Garrel's slight but watchable comedy-drama has an unexpected emotional warmth.
Alan Rickman, Rebecca Hall and Richard Madden star in this awkward, passionless period drama from Patrice Leconte.
Lukas Moodysson makes a sweet, spirited return to form with this utterly delightful evocation of early teenage life.
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