Film betrays its slavishly attributional title by draining most of the life from the late playwright's novel.
Toronto International Film Festival
An elegiac drama about youthful ideals, spent political passion and the Prima Linea.
Spain's top arthouse/crossover distributor, has closed Spanish rights on four Toronto players.
Even those who are only casually enthusiastic about the duo will enjoy the skillfully assembled doc.
A drear account of adolescent reveries gone south.
Sony Pictures Classics bought North American rights to Aaron Schneider's debut film, "Get Low."
A non-judgmental look at the technology of making a baby without sex.
A mild-mannered, divorced taxi driver with issues falls for his son's Russian music teacher.
Pic is an indie-rock-scene satire (plus vampires) whose songlist vastly outweighs its laugh quotient.
A busload of stranded women wander a stark no-man's-land in Dima El-Horr's feature debut.