With his seventh feature, versatile Hungarian helmer Szabolcs Hajdu ("Mirage," "Bibliotheque Pascal," "White Palms") orchestrates a fresh and funny chamber piece about midlife marital crises that…
"Mirage" extends the surreal fillips of Hungarian director Szabolcs Hajdu's prior features onto an intriguingly offbeat premise based on a short story by the nation's late literary great Sandor Tar…
MOSCOW -- Hungary's national film fund, which relaunched two years ago under the direction of Hollywood producer Andy Vajna, has announced grants worth $2.2 million to two features.
As Bela Tarr retires, these five helmers are among the country's most vital voices:
Mexican thesp Gael Garcia Bernal and French actress Marina Fois are set to topline "Weeping Susannah," a Tel Aviv-set dramedy based on Alona Kimhi's novel.
Albania “East, West, East” (Gjergj Xhuvani) Algeria “Outside the Law” (Rachid Bouchareb) Argentina “Carancho” (Pablo Trapero) Austria “La Pivellina” (Tizza Covi and Rainer Frimmel) Azerbaijan “The…
This year, the foreign lingo category boasts submissions from 65 countries
The 16th Sarajevo Film Festival announced its competition lineup Thursday with an emphasis on features from southeastern Europe that reflect what it calls "intellectual responsibility."
The Sarajevo Film Festival's project incubator Cinelink announced Thursday its selection for this year's competition.
Truth is stodgier than fiction in Szabolcs Hajdu's visually impressive "Bibliotheque Pascal."
With an official selection that's high on dramas and short on laughs, Berlin's Bear slopes into its 60th birthday party (Feb. 11-21) with serious -- repeat serious -- celebrating on its mind.
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