Eerie twins and wayward clones provide double trouble, to enigmatic, haunting effect, in "The Clone Returns Home," a Japanese oddity that should please arthouse auds and sci-fi cultists alike…
Sundance Film Festival
A new definition of success is materializing in the indie world: Just making it through the end of the year, much less to next month's Sundance Film Festival.
The unequal wealth of nations is explored in Austrian docu-helmer Erwin Wagenhofer's timely, worthy, but too generalist "Let's Make Money."
Two formidable Iranian femmes meet and establish a wary rapport in the quietly moving docu "The Queen and I."
When it premiered at this year's Sundance Film Festival, "Ballast," Lance Hammer's rough-hewn examination of broken lives in the Mississippi Delta, inspired more than a few excited comparisons to the…
The Sundance Institute has selected 12 feature film projects for the annual January Screenwriters Lab running Jan. 9-14 at the Sundance Resort in Utah.
Some of the country's biggest institutions devoted to fostering new works are participating in the Sundance Institute Theater's three-day conference on new play development running Sunday-Tuesday.
Sundance Institute announced a record 96 short films from U.S. and intl. filmmakers as part of its short film program for the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.
An Inuit boy and his beloved grandmother struggle to survive the Arctic wilderness in "Before Tomorrow," a profound, elemental and hauntingly beautiful period drama that makes an intimate story of…
For many international helmers, the foreign-language film Oscar remains the holy grail of all awards.
3 Monkeys (Turkey) Best director, Cannes Captain Abu Raed (Jordan) World Cinema Audience Award – Dramatic, Sundance The Class (France) Won Palme d’Or, Cannes Gomorrah (Italy) Grand Prix, Cannes…