Quebecois helmer Charles Biname's English-language pic about the cat-and-mouse games between an insidious patient and a mental hospital director investigating a shrink's disappearance is well-acted…
Toronto Film Festival
Andre Siqueira Brandao's widescreen B&W lensing alone would gain pic currency on the fest circuit, and if end result is neither fully satisfying or very commercially viable, it nonetheless tags…
Robert Downey Jr. and his film “The Judge” generated the most social media buzz at the Toronto International Film Festival, according to analysis by firm Way to Blue. With more than 39,000 social…
JUSTIN CHANG “Birdman” Even when his choice of material has been suspect, Alejandro G. (formerly Gonzalez) Inarritu has never given us reason to doubt him as one of the most purely gifted filmmakers…
This typically high-polish, psychologically angled contempo Spanish horror-thriller is well handled in all departments even if its ideas never feel particularly fresh, or their execution more than…
The lives of three characters intertwine in "Life in a Fishbowl," a strongly acted, sensitively directed drama that reps a big step forward for Icelandic director Baldvin Zophoniasson.
Tribeca Film has snagged North American rights to cop thriller “Hyena” following its screening at the Toronto International Film Festival. It's planning a 2015 theatrical release for the picture. The…
LONDON — Beta Cinema has inked further deals on Giulio Ricciarelli's post-war drama "Labyrinth of Lies," which was picked up by Sony Pictures Classics for North America last week following its…
Two very fine actors do what they can to enliven a bland cross-cultural bonding exercise in "Learning to Drive."
Jonas Govaerts' first feature is a pastiche of familiar horror elements that's well-crafted throughout, but falls prey to the common dilemma of finding a payoff worthy of the buildup.