Marcelo Gomes and Cao Guimaraes' "The Man of the Crowd, " Vicente Ferraz's "Road 47" and Paulo Morelli's "Sheep's Clothing" will world premiere at 2013 Rio de Janeiro Intl. Film Festival. All play…
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Finnish action specialist Renny Harlin shows fitful signs of life in this found-footage horror pic.
Sebastian Cordero's "Such Is Life in the Tropics," Luigi Forlani's "Silver Mountain" and Maximiliano Schonfeld's "The Black Frost" feature among 10 projects at the 5th Puentes Europe-Latin America…
Life in the isolated nooks of the Hellenic Pindus Mountains is affectionately portrayed in "The Grocer," an engrossing if straightforward docu from scribe-helmer-producer Dimitris Koutsiabasakos…
“The Mountains Between Us” helmer Gerardo Naranjo has come in to save the day for MGM’s “Death Wish” as the director is in negotiations to replace former helmer Joe Carnahan. Carnahan had been long…
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Reinforcing his position as one of the world's superior nonfiction filmmakers, Yu Guangyi completes a landmark docu trilogy with the exquisitely observed and touching "Bachelor Mountain."
A pitch-black tale of murder, corruption and almost every other conceivable form of human injustice is taken to its bleakest possible conclusions.
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Love is blind and charm is in abundance in the old-fashioned Nipponese comedy-romance "My Darling of the Mountains -- Tokuichi in Love."
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