A lean and suspenseful genre piece that follows a bloody trail of vengeance to its cruel, absurd and logical conclusion.
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Co-prod bazaar looks to raise profile of Dutch films and map out community outreach
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Films devoted to exploring the myriad forms of human sexuality have an unusually prominent place in the 2013 Sundance program, festival director John Cooper noted as he unveiled the fest's…
Few movies so taken with death have felt so rudely alive as "ParaNorman," the latest handcrafted marvel from the stop-motion artists at Laika ("Coraline").
Not precisely mumblecore, since its dialogue hurtles along without pause, this fully scripted outing milks its characters' knee-jerk inanity to humanitarian ends.
Pedro Gonzalez-Rubio's "Alamar" and Matt Porterfield's "Putty Hill," shared best pic and director honors at Chile's Santiago Film Fest Awards on Monday.
A curious blend of documentary and narrative.