BERLIN - Pablo Larrain, whose "No" was the first investment by Jeff Skoll's Participant Media in a foreign-language film, has set his next movie, "Neruda," a portrait of the 1971 Nobel Prize-winning…
Two wrongs don't make a right -- nor any clear dramatic resolution -- in "To Kill a Man," a grim, fat-free revenge thriller that extracts an impressive degree of moral equivocation from its…
In Chile, as in much of the world, English is becoming the lingua franca among a growing number of filmmakers, as arthouse and genre helmers alike make it the primary language in films targeted to…
SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain - In a pact closed Wednesday at Spain's San Sebastian Festival, Vicente Canales' Film Factory Entertainment closed world rights outside Chile and France to the most sought-after…
"Bridesmaids" star and co-scribe Kristen Wiig has joined the cast of "Nasty Baby," the next project from "Crystal Fairy" director Sebastian Silva, one of Chile's top young helmers. Juan de Dios…
Chile is aiming to return to the nominations after earning a spot with Pablo Larrain's "No" at the most recent Oscars.
Sebastian Sepulveda's starkly handsome debut should find welcoming slots in fests worldwide.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ava DuVernay and Paul Feig are among the 276 new members invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
Foreign-lingo pix examine oppression in myriad ways
Chile's Fabula, the company behind Pablo Larrain's Cannes-winner "No," a Sony Pictures Classics U.S. pick-up, has a new film moving towards production, "La Princesita," Marialy Rivas' follow-up to…
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Daily:$3.9M Cumulative:$48.9M Warner Brothers -66.23%
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Daily:$2.2M Cumulative:$34.4M Fox / DreamWorks Animation -77.26%
Non-Stop3Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$53.9M Universal Pictures -67.83%