Danish thesp Pilou Asbaek (“A Hijacking”) and Swedish actor David Dencik (“Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy”) have joined the cast of Mikkel Norgaard’s dark-edged crimer “The Absent One,” the sequel to…
The Keeper of Lost Causes
A weird yet welcome sideshow oddity on the stage of international art cinema, "Sadourni's Butterflies" tips its hat to the ghosts of German expressionism.
A slickly made though utterly predictable Danish suspenser from director Mikkel Norgaard.
LOCARNO — Paris-based Le Pacte has initiated sales on Quentin Dupieux's left-of-field comedy "Wrong Cops," which world premiered in Locarno's Piazza Grande Friday night. L.A.-set, "Wrong Cops"…
ROME — The 66th Locarno Film Festival has unveiled a promisingly diverse lineup, comprising a greater number of established international auteurs, along with newcomers, and also crowdpleasers such as…
Michael Pena, Djimon Hounsou and Dougray Scott are starring in Lakeshore Entertainment’s demonic possession drama “The Vatican Tapes.” Kathleen Robertson, Peter Andersson, Olivia Dudley, John Patrick…
Cinipix is developing an inspirational feature based on the story of basketball player Kevin Laue, who became the first one-armed player in the history of college basketball. The company has acquired…
A film whose measured pace and minimal conflict seem better suited to pastoral living than arthouse viewing.
Boe Folsgaard was still at Denmark's National School of Theater and Contemporary Dance when he won the role of the cuckolded King Christian VII in Nicolaj Arcel's "A Royal Affair," playing opposite…
CBS is taking a cue from "Homeland" with its latest pilot order.
Is it a ghost story or something more ghastly? The one thing that's certain about Jez Butterworth's enigmatic "The River" is that Ian Rickson's spellbinding production could not be bettered.
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