Frederic Corvez's Urban Distribution Intl. has waded into Oliver Hermanus' "Endless River," a South Africa-set English-language drama toplining French star Nicolas Duvauchelle. “River,” Hermanus'…
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As much as 2012 crowned French cinema with commercial and critical hits like "The Artist" and "The Intouchables," which powered international biz, this year's Berlin and Cannes markets revealed a…
Tsai Ming-liang's family portrait will be adored by his hardcore devotees and precisely no one else.
Daniel and Diego Vega's follow-up to 'October' offers a damning portrait of society.
Stereoscopic cinema desperately needs some wild, artistic directors to experiment with the format, though this clumsy omnibus amounts to little more than a vanity commission by the town of Guimaraes…
Frederic Corvez's Paris-based Urban Distribution Intl. (UDI) has boardes “Por las plumas” (“All About the Feathers”), one of five projects being presented at a work-in-progress showcase for buzz…
From the point of view of world sports, Brazil is about to have its blazing moment in the sun. Will this period of high visibility also extend to other sectors of its culture?
PARIS — Cannes’ Critics’ Week will close on a humor-filled, experimental note with the screening of “3X3D,” a portmanteau pic comprising three shorts helmed by Jean-Luc Godard, Peter Greenaway and…
Especially for a movie whose title is in the first-person, "Once Upon a Time Was I, Veronica" doesn't try much to get into the head of its protagonist, a young woman fresh out of medical school who's…
Last December, when Argentina President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner launched a crusade against Hollywood's box office domination, she came armed with a carrot, not a stick.
Designed as a low-budget experiment to recapture the fun of making movies, Marjane Satrapi's "Gang of the Jotas" is a digital "What's Up, Doc?" wannabe of minimal pretensions and minor interest…