The trailblazing feminist writer Violette Leduc gets a biopic fully worthy of her complex life and work with "Violette."
This limp "Mrs. Doubtfire"/"Tootsie" knockoff seems destined to find its most captive offshore audiences in-flight.
LOCARNO – The stars are aligning for Abel Ferrara's "Pasolini," the U.S. director's chronicle of the last day in the life of Italian Pier Paolo Pasolini, still one of the towering figures of…
An utterly brazen mix of screwball comedy, film noir and sharp social commentary that hits its own strange bullseye more often than not.
PARIS — Hengameh Panahi's Paris-based Celluloid Dreams, one of Europe's most respected sales companies, and Brussels' uMedia, a burgeoning Euro mini-studio, have tied the knot on an alliance that…
This glum, juiceless spy thriller is unlikely to find an audience on any frequency.
The dwindling flow of Gallic coin to local pics didn't stop French producers making films last year, but it did spur them to look abroad for financing.
An eminently watchable curiosity, "Goodbye Morocco" is a film noir set in contempo Tangier, written and smoothly helmed by Nadir Mokneche ("Viva Laldjerie").
As Warner Bros.' "The Impossible" smashes B.O. records in Spain, its government is set to launch a full-scale makeover of its state film incentive and tax shelters, establishing production parameters…
Fast-paced, whimsical coming-of-ager "Nono, the ZigZag Kid" is a charming period picaresque that offers old-fashioned entertainment for tweens and adults.
While the Netherlands and Luxembourg remain modest in their efforts to attract foreign film shoots, incentives are burgeoning in Belgium. Practical and financial aid for visiting crews continues to…
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