BREAKTHROUGH ROLES Soko received a Gallic Cesar nomination for female newcomer for Xavier Giannoli's “In the Beginning” (2009), and played the younger version of the Beatrice Dalle character in…
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…
Music Box Films has acquired all U.S. rights to Alice Winocour's feature debut "Augustine," which bowed in Cannes' Critics Week and played at Toronto fest.
President Enrique Pena Nieto's newly inducted government is offering signs it is willing to challenge entrenched interests in Mexico's pay TV industry, particularly over increasingly concentrated…
Despite four new entries, Warner Bros.' third-frame holdover "Argo" looks to turn its midweek run at No. 1 into the pic's first weekend win at the domestic box office, padding an already healthy $47…
Pretty Pictures in France has picked up Haifaa Al Mansour's Horizons competition title "Wadjda."
Anchored by two intense, intertwined perfs by veteran Vincent Lindon and relative newcomer Soko, this period drama offers a coolly febrile study of madness, Victorian sexual politics and power.
Both punk and pouty, "Bye Bye Blondie" casts luscious-lipped Gallic sexpots Beatrice Dalle and Emmanuelle Beart as middle-aged lovers who can't seem to live with or without each other. French…
Thesp, who played a supporting role in Bernd Eichinger's "Downfall." died this week in Livigno, Italy
Les Films du Poisson's Yael Fogiel and Laetitia Gonzalez -- who have Mathieu Amalric's competition player "On Tour" and Julie Bertucelli's fest closer "The Tree" at Cannes -- are developing a flurry…
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