LONDON — Curated video-on-demand service Mubi has taken U.K./Ireland and U.S. rights to "The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Maki," the feature debut of Finland's Juho Kuosmanen, which took the top…
New Wave Films
LONDON — Subscription video-on-demand platform MUBI has signed its first theatrical deal. In a pioneering partnership with New Wave Films, MUBI will release Miguel Gomes' “Arabian Nights” in theaters…
The American Film Institute's guest artistic director Agnès Varda has unveiled her pick of four films to screen at this year's AFI Fest. The French director will return to Los Angeles to present a…
The British are coming. And this year they are coming in droves to the Toronto Film Festival.
Delicate and poetic, but full of offbeat humor, this coming-of-ager is Taiwanese auteur Chang Tso-chi's most accessible work to date.
Lindsay Lohan brings a raw conviction to Paul Schrader's ultra-low-budget but handsomely made study of hungry young things clawing at the good life.
Underscoring the breadth of artistic aspirations driving many of today's European directors, Guillaume Canet's "Blood Ties" is one of three English-language films helmed by a Euro director playing in…
The Greek capital of Athens will be the focus of the Toronto Film Festival's City to City program, the fest announced Wednesday.
The country is ready for its closeup with a bright new identity, after centuries of sending mixed signals to the world.
New Wave Entertainment has tapped Maureen Taran as VP of management and production for the company's New York office, which will open soon. She joins New Wave with over 15 years of talent, production…
Between the architectural pillars of Renaissance Italy and Kate Bosworth, helmer Kat Coiro hangs a gossamer tale of ruined love and liberation with "While We Were Here."
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