Adrian Saba's drama "The Cleaner," set in an apocalyptic Lima, is Peru's pick for the foreign-language film category at the Academy Awards. The Ministry of Culture, which established a committee for…
The Milk Of Sorrow
SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain — A chance encounter with “Breaking Bad" executive producer Mark Johnson was the key to attaching a high-caliber cast — led by Jennifer Connelly — to Claudia Llosa's “Cry/Fly,”…
LOCARNO — Over 2009/10, Peru broke out, thanks to Claudia Llosa's Berlin Golden Bear winner "The Milk of Sorrow," Javier Fuentes-Leon's "Undertow," which took Sundance's World Cinema Audience Award…
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Millennium Films and Campbell Grobman Films are partnering to bring George A. Romero's 1985 chiller "Day of the Dead" back to life.
Natasha Braier, a Buenos Aires native, didn't emerge from the womb ready to shoot, but it was close. She shot her first short at eight with a super 8 camera, studied dance and art, and went on to…
Jennifer Connelly and "Inception" star Cillian Murphy are set to topline "Cry/Fly," the English-language debut of one of Latin America's fastest-rising femme helmer-scribes, Claudia Llosa.
The spectacular look bestowed on Nenad Cicin-Sain's debut, "The Time Being," by d.p. Mihai Malaimare Jr. ("The Master") is symptomatic of its ills: all seductive surfaces, nothing to grab hold of.
MADRID With one eye on the U.S., Spain's Arcadia Motion Pictures, producer-distrib Wanda Films and sales agent Marina Fuentes are working together under the umbrella title Dreamcatchers to produce…
Genre specialist Xavier Gens ("Hitman," "Frontiere(s)") is attached to direct psychological thriller "Cold Skin" for Madrid and Paris-based Kanzaman.
A classically minimalist Western, Mateo Gil's "Blackthorn" proposes that Butch Cassidy did not die in Bolivia in 1908, but instead spent the next 20 years there turning into Sam Shepard.