A defiantly unclassifiable cross-genre experiment that simultaneously reinvents and regurgitates low-budget British cinema as it goes.
RTL Television has pulled the plug on its local version of Shine's maternity docu-series "One Born Every Minute" after the Berlin state government failed to decide on the future of the show.
BERLIN — Shine's maternity docu-series "One Born Every Minute" may have won a BAFTA in the U.K., but in Germany the format might get the boot because authorities claim it breaches the privacy rights…
After portraying Rembrandt in "Nightwatching," scribe-helmer Peter Greenaway continues his exploration of Dutch masters to vivid and theatrical effect in "Goltzius and the Pelican Company."
Not since "300" has so much Greek flesh been bared in service of such gratuitous carnage.
It's clear why this rickety, bankrupt what-if-Germany-had-conquered-England-in-'39 melodrama hasn't been seen locally since 1950, or almost anywhere since its sputtering 1947 West End premiere.
For a first feature, director Jeremy Alter's "The Perfect Sleep" is admirably ambitious, an attempt to sculpt an otherworldly, postmodern noir out of gauzy tableaux vivants and fever-dream imagery…
With "S-E-X" spelled out in 3-foot-high lights at the side of the stage of the fabulously funky Zipper Factory, there's no need to wonder what "The Sensuous Woman" is about.
Nestled between two hills and built on a sweeping curve of beach, San Sebastian is perhaps Spain's most beautiful town, with the country's highest standard of living, certainly its finest food.
Ana Katz's "La novia errante" (The Wandering Bride) and Luis Vera's "Fiestapatria" are among six projects screening Sept. 26-27 at the 10th Films in Progress showcase, hosted by the San Sebastian…
Play Noel Coward's "Private Lives" too real, too broad or, worse, both and it loses its champagne fizz, not to mention the wisdom beneath its wit. Perfs with subtext can deepen and even darken bon…