A critical digest of the week's latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. The Conjuring Distributor: Warner Bros. The mere sound of two hands…
Nicholas Winding Refn
Opening on July 18, the Durban Intl. Film Festival now ranks as one of the longest running, biggest and fastest growing of major African film events and a burgeoning platform for business in South…
L.A. Film Fest: ‘Mother, ‘ ‘Code’ Nab Jury Awards; ‘Short Term,’ ‘Wadjda,’ ‘American’ Take Audience Awards
Janis Nord's Latvian drama "Mother, I Love You" and Ryan McGarry's medical documentary "Code Black" have taken the narrative and documentary jury awards at the Los Angeles Film Festival.
Ryan Gosling is heading for the Bangkok underworld in a new trailer for "Only God Forgives," released a month before its U.S. luanhc on July 19 by Radius TWC.
By Robert Mitchell LONDON Over the past 20 years, U.K.’s Raindance Film Festival has shown a knack for recognizing talent early. The fifth edition in 1997 opened with the first public screening…
French shingles Wild Side Films and Memento Films are partnering on genre helmer Jim Mickle's next two projects: "Cold in July" and "Night Hunter."
Complementary skill sets make pair perfect fit to steer org onward
"The Artist" continues its winning ways among critics' circles as the Las Vegas Film Critics Society 2011 bestows its highest honor on the silent pic.
Michel Hazanavicius' "The Artist" and Jeff Nichols' "Take Shelter" have topped the Spirit nominations with five each.
Gaumont makes a first-look deal with producer Nick Wechsler.
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