A weird yet welcome sideshow oddity on the stage of international art cinema, "Sadourni's Butterflies" tips its hat to the ghosts of German expressionism.
Based about 9 miles southwest of central London, Twickenham Studios was built on the site of an old ice-skating rink that was acquired in 1912 by Dr. Ralph Jupp. One of the U.K.'s oldest surviving…
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Spain's Pablo Berger -- who has taught film at Princeton, Yale and the Sorbonne -- says his films all have three things in common: emotion, humor and surprise.
A fish-out-of-the-water story that juxtaposes realism with surreal touches, "Silent City" recounts the experiences of a young Dutchwoman who travels to Tokyo to master the art of filleting fish.
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The dots and dashes don't connect in "The Silent War," a '50s Chinese spy thriller that examines the interception of government intelligence via radio frequencies.
A few weeks ago I wrote about the flap that followed the Cinemacon preview of footage from "The Hobbit" shown at 48 frames per second. I predicted 60 frames per second will eventually become the…
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A tawdry tale of small-town sex and violence with just enough twists to keep the predictable action compelling, "Silent Witness" presents an adequate defense for TNT's "Mystery Movie Night"…
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