MADRID — Pedro Almodovar’s “I’m So Excited!”, Joe Wright's “Anna Karenina,” Francois Ozon’s “In the House” and Joachim Ronning and Espen Sanberg’s Oscar-nommed “Kon-Tiki” square off among 46 films…
In this modern era of 3D, effects-laden movie spectacles, some of Hollywood's most prolific indie directors are making a colorful splash into black-and-white.
MEXICO CITY — Paul Schrader and fellow jury members Raoul Peck and U.S. distributor Nancy Gerstman named Miguel Gomes' "Tabu" best pic at Colombia's 53rd Cartagena Festival, which wrapped its…
Pablo Berger's "Blancanieves" topped Spain's 27th Spanish Academy Goya Awards Sunday night winning 10 statues, including best film and original screenplay.
"The Sapphires," directed by Wayne Blair, won the audience narrative feature award at the 24th Palm Springs Film Festival, as Israel's "Fill the Void" took the Fipresci award for best…
PARIS-- Danish Tobias Lindholm's "A Hijacking" won top kudos at Les Arcs European Film Festival which wrapped Saturday in the French Alps.
With nary a line of dialogue between them, two films in 2012 -- "Samsara," a doc that marvels at the wonders of Earth and the idiosyncrasies of its human inhabitants, and "Blancanieves," a…
Spain's Pablo Berger -- who has taught film at Princeton, Yale and the Sorbonne -- says his films all have three things in common: emotion, humor and surprise.
A record 71 countries from Albania to Vietnam have sent films to the Academy
Playing off Toronto buzz and San Sebastian kudos, "Blancanieves" is proving not only one of the most singular but also most sellable of foreign-language Oscar entries, rolling out licensing deals…