After meticulously capturing the subtlest of emotions in such films as "The House of Mirth" and "The Deep Blue Sea," director Terrence Davies turns his attention from the terrain of the human heart…
One of the strongest British debut features to bow this year, brittle, sepulchral comedy "Black Pond" bodes very well for the future careers of co-writing and helming partners Will Sharpe, a thesp…
Buzzy pics ranging from horror and suspense to comedies that sales agents are pushing for international distribution at the annual bazaar.
More than a year after it was first tipped to play the Croisette, ''The Tree of Life,'' Terrence Malick's epic meditation on childhood and the cosmos, won the Palme d'Or from the jury of the 64th…
Amid the unusually intense secrecy veiling this year's Cannes Film Festival lineup, a number of strong competition prospects have emerged.
A full year after it was initially floated as a hot fest prospect, Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life" is set to make its world premiere in May at the Cannes Film Festival.
Escalating tension between truth and illusion governs the surprising plotting of "Life Is a Dream."
Some of the shortcomings in the famously problematic "All's Well That Ends Well" -- with its pushy heroine, caddish hero and nasty bed-trick leading to forced marriage -- are addressed in this Old…
It's transfixing. His daughter Hero's previously protested innocence suddenly restored, Leonato promptly sets about organizing his plan for her to remarry by tapping her matter-of-factly on the…
The Cable and Satellite Broadcasting Assn. of Asia (Casbaa) is pressing ahead with efforts to stamp out unlicensed satellite TV broadcasts in Hong Kong's bars and restaurants.
A brief but haunting musical legacy is paid fittingly brief, lyrical tribute in veteran Dutch documentarian Jeroen Berkven's featurette "A Skin Too Few," which beautifully evokes the enduring appeal…