After building a futuristic car that Will Smith drove in “I, Robot,” Audi has gone the virtual route for its vehicle in Summit Entertainment’s “Ender’s Game.” The German automaker enlisted its Audi…
This spare and chilly Italian thriller is likely too downbeat to make much of a splash at home.
Constructed around an elegantly simple idea but executed with grace and ingenuity, docu "¡Vivan las antipodas!" compares and contrasts four pairs of locations that lie at opposite ends of the globe…
"Lily Sometimes," directed by France's Fabienne Berthaud, and Belgian Olivier Masset-Depasse's "Illegal" took top kudos at the 42nd Cannes Directors' Fortnight.
A philosophically-minded ode to the belief that animal, vegetable and mineral are ultimately one.
Philippe Bober's Coproduction Office has sealed deals at Cannes on three titles: "Aurora," "Tender Son -- the Frankenstein Project," and "Le quattro volte."
Unlikely to duplicate the success of international hit "I'm Not Scared," Gabriele Salvatores' stylish father-son drama "As God Commands," with its decidedly American indie feel, impresses with…
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"Quattro Noza" resembles "The Fast and the Furious" under the influence of Stan Brakhage. Joey Curtis' directorial debut takes a highly impressionistic look at the world of illegal street racing in…
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