MADRID – L.A.-based sales-production and distribution house FiGa Films, one of the leading specialists in Latin American art fims, is creating a dedicated label for Brazilian films: FiGa/Br. The move…
The Film Society of Lincoln Center Monday announced the surprise departure of Robert Koehler, and the appointment of critic and programmer Dennis Lim as Director of Cinematheque Programming.
A fierce, homegrown anti-gay movement and a vastly outnumbered LGBT community confront each other in Uganda to uncertain and unsettling results in "Call Me Kuchu."
In "The Law in These Parts," one of Israel's most creative nonfiction filmmakers places judges and attorneys on the cinematic witness stand to explain Israel's contorted 45-year-old military legal…
Moviegoers may wish the projectionist could replay some of the spectacular sequences in this cop-vs.-gangster fight-athon.
A profound expression of the twin powers of life and death animates Tatiana Huezo's sublime documentary debut, "The Tiniest Place."
After a string of highly dissimilar dramas and docus, director/co-writer Jose Padilha ("Bus 174," "Garapa") revisits the material of Brazilian B.O. smash "Elite Squad" and gives it a new spin in…