Another leisurely told shaggy-dog story from Uruguayan helmer/co-writer Pablo Stoll Ward ("Hiroshima"), "3" extends its episodic drollery about 30 minutes beyond what the material warrants, thus…
World Report: Uruguay
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D Street Media Group is creating a $40 million to $50 million fund for Latin American films with Disney-backed Patagonik Film Group set to co-produce at least five features.
The 42nd Directors' Fortnight unveiled a lineup packed with European and Latin American newcomers, with nearly half the films in its main program competing for the festival's Camera d'Or prize for…
Three portraits dominate Gilles Jacob's homey office at Cannes Festival headquarters in Paris. Propped against walls are mounted posters of Francois Truffaut and Marlene Dietrich. Above a sofa, in a…
Good news and bad for 20th Century Fox this weekend abroad: "Minority Report" registered a majority result in Europe, but the world preem of Alex Proyas' "Garage Days" tanked Down Under.
Rafael Pastor, the former prexy of USA Networks Intl., has been tapped for the new post of president/CEO of Hoyts Cinemas' 950-screen U.S. loop.
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