Few people on a movie set have more knowledge of what it takes to direct a film than the cinematographer, but commanding talent and developing a project aren't always included in the skill set.
Abdellah Taia botches his adaptation of his own excellent novel, translated here with a distancing coldness not helped by emotionless perfs.
Lindsay Lohan brings a raw conviction to Paul Schrader's ultra-low-budget but handsomely made study of hungry young things clawing at the good life.
A poster producer for Danish cinema, Sisse Graum Jorgensen, who with helmer Thomas Vinterberg received the prestigious European Union Prix Media Sunday in Cannes for their film project, “The…
Kurt Sutter is going to Hell. Or at least trying to destroy the ones who dwell there.
Red Granite Pictures has acquired rights to Jordan Belfort's "The Wolf of Wall Street" and will produce with Leonardo DiCaprio's Appian Way and Alexandra Milchan's Emjag Prods.
This religion-themed satire never aims its sights beyond the most obvious targets.
Painfully old-fashioned, flatly directed exercise in passionless historical reenactment.
Darker, grimmer and more stylistically single-minded than its two relatively giddy predecessors.
How do you get Arnold Schwarzenegger to appear in a movie without actually getting him to show up on set?
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