Argentina's Juan Jose Campanella makes the unusual move of following his Oscar-winning "The Secret in Their Eyes" with a soccer-themed 3D toon — and strikes gold.
Kim Ki-duk's latest is a gloriously off-the-charts study in perversity featuring castration, rape and incest.
This unusually reflective film superficially resembles Jason Statham's other work just enough to confound those expecting another brainless, brawny thriller.
A critical digest of the week’s latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. Frances Ha Distributor: IFC Films You gotta love Greta Gerwig: Even as…
Tokyo -- -- Israeli helmer Amir Manor's "Epilogue" was awarded the Grand Prize at the 13th edition of the Tokyo Filmex International Film Festival, which unspooled at Tokyo's Asahi Hall and other…
AFI Fest has completed its program with a dozen entries in the foreign-language contest for the Academy Awards along with seven films screened at Cannes.
Bearing a superficial resemblance to Venice prizewinner "Pieta," but actually more in sync with classic neorealism.
South Korean helmer Kim Ki-duk's "Pieta" is the winner of the 69th Venice Film Festival's Golden Lion.
Korean auteur Kim Ki-duk is back on home turf and up to familiar tricks with "Pieta," his most commercial pic in years.
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