Tine Klint’s LevelK has snapped up international sales rights to Christina Rosendahl’s “The Idealist,” a Cold War-set political thriller. One of the most ambitious Nordic pics skedded for a 2014…
Thomas Bo Larsen
Following in the footsteps of Luis Bunuel and Jean Renoir, French vet helmer Benoit Jacquot, who's latest film "Farewell, My Queen" is nominated for 10 Cesar film awards in France, is set to helm…
Exploring the disturbing ripple effects of a false sexual-abuse accusation, this absorbing if not particularly innovative picture will fit snugly into the recent run of solid Danish dramas that have…
Snappy, saucy and, like any overzealous product-pusher, rather too eager to please.
Bigger and even more chaotically crowded than its predecessor.
In 1969, the Odyssey Theater Ensemble's presentation of Bertolt Brecht's early play "A Man's a Man" began the company's extraordinary, award-winning run as one of the most consistently excellent…
History comes alive in "Night at the Museum" -- the movie, alas, does not. Still, star Ben Stiller and the promise of state-of-the-art (and at some venues, Imax-enhanced) visual wonderment should…
X is for "X-Men," Bryan Singer's new film adaptation of the Stan Lee comic book series. Y is for "Like, why do these screen versions of graphic superhero fantasies hardly ever work?" Z is for the…
Thomas Vinterberg's "The Celebration" arrives in the Cannes competition touting its adherence to the principals of Dogma 95, an artistic manifesto issued three years ago by Danish filmmakers…
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