There's a lot of life but a comparative dearth of humanity in "11 Minutes," a buzzing, hurtling, too-fast-to-think thriller that scarcely makes sense of one of its numerous cross-woven…
Venice Film Festival
"Kids these days," sighs the lead character in "Mr. Six," sounding like the grizzled hero in a late-career Clint Eastwood movie. Now well into his fifties, the neighborhood peacekeeper...
Acolytes of Brian De Palma's flavorful, flamboyant filmography hardly need reminding of his acrobatic ability as a visual storyteller; what they'll learn from "De Palma" is that in front of the…
Master helmer Marco Bellocchio continues to play with form and content with an originality that make younger directors look like they're grasping at ephemeral straws.
The stop-motion wonder screened in Telluride over the weekend before heading to Venice's Competition slate this week.
Although in real life, United States troops haven't fought on native soil since World War II, in the confused alternate reality of Dito Montiel's "Man Down," there's an urgent battle raging at home…
"Which one?" is the obvious question prompted by the title in "The Childhood of a Leader," a overweening, maddening but not inconsiderable directorial debut for actor Brady Corbet, which plays as…
VENICE – France's Epicentre Films has joined German heavyweight Concorde as one of the key territory distributors on Carlos Saura's "Argentina," which world premiered at the 72nd Venice Festival…
Impressively balancing the predictable with the unexpected, "Mountain" weaves a complex portrait of a constrained life, understanding that no one is fully knowable.
Acting in Venice festival closing film "Mr Six" was a definite step up for Feng Xiaogang, China's top director and occasional actor.
Timed to the 20-year anniversary of Israeli prime minister and Nobel Peace Prize winner Yitzhak Rabin's assassination, Amos Gitai's "Rabin, the Last Day" deemphasizes the murder itself in favor of…