Quentin Dupieux's latest provocation manages to seem both insipid and pretentious.
The Strange Color of Your Body’s Tears
This blood-spattered pseudo-Freudian nonsense is suitable only for the most avid giallo groupies.
This maddeningly undisciplined and egocentric docu might generate curiosity seekers in Italy.
"Story of My Death," Catalan director Albert Serra's imagined meeting of two oft-filmed historical figures—Casanova and Dracula—won the Golden Leopard Saturday night at the 66th Locarno Film…
Marred by a weak lead, Thomas Imbach's biopic never gets inside its protagonist's head.
Claudia Sainte-Luce's well-shot debut film could divide audiences with its portrait of an eccentric one-parent household.
LOCARNO — Eye on Films, a global network of 40 distributors and 47 festivals, has just made its latest acquisition: the Wide House-sold Nelson Mandela-themed "Plot for Peace." Directed by Carlos…
Joanna Hogg's exquisite, chilly third feature teeters between very boring and completely fascinating.
“Tim’s Vermeer,” helmed by Teller of illusionist-comedians Penn & Teller and a recent Sony Pictures Classics acquisition, is one of 14 documentary features world-preeming this September at the…
A humorless tone and relentlessly noisy aesthetics drag down this heavily hyped, brilliantly marketed tentpole attraction.
Gaul is set to amend its tax incentives to attract more film and TV productions and boost its ailing economy.
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