RIO DE JANEIRO – Adding to the growing cannon of feature films and TV shows being put into development in time for Brazil's 2016 Olympics, London-based Embargo Films has attached Brit screenwriter…
Till Luck Do Us Part
Sean Gullette's predictable if well-meaning feature debut follows a young punk rocker from Tangiers desperate to earn money.
Moises Sepulveda's clunky two-hander gives unimaginative screen treatment to Pablo Paredes' play.
Comedy doesn't get any broader than this insufferably cartoonish, blatantly derivative affair.
RIO DE JANEIRO – As part of its global outreach, the Producers Guild of America is inking a MOU with its Rio-based Brazilian counterpart, the Interstate Assn. of Audiovisual Industry (Sicav). The…
Gullane Filmes, producer of Venice Festival closing film "Amazonia," which opened Rio Thursday, is producing "Till Luck Do Us Part 2," the sequel to Brazil's biggest homegrown hit of 2012 in an…
All Latin American premieres, Mexican Mariana Chenillo's "Paradise," Argentine Santiago Palavecino's "Some Girls" and singular docu-feature "El Alcalde" feature among a 21-title Latin Premiere…
A surfeit of forced lyricism undermines the natural poignancy of Rick Ostermann's drama about German orphans wandering East Prussia after WWII.
Andrzej Wajda's stirring biopic of Polish Solidarity leader Lech Walesa is old-fashioned in the best sense.
Philippe Garrel's slight but watchable comedy-drama has an unexpected emotional warmth.
Alan Rickman, Rebecca Hall and Richard Madden star in this awkward, passionless period drama from Patrice Leconte.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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- ‘La La Land’ Makes Damien Chazelle Youngest Best Director Winner in Oscars History