It wouldn't be strictly accurate to say that "The Maias: Scenes from Romantic Life" requires viewers to watch paint dry, but there's certainly a lot of it at rest in Joao Botelho's boldly stylized…
British director Stephen Daldry's "Trash," about a trio of charismatic kids living next to a Rio garbage dump who stumble upon evidence certain to bring down a corrupt politico, took the top nod at…
Bollywood blockbuster breaks first day India box office collection record set by "Dhoom 3" in 2013.
Iconic comedian-actor-director receives inaugural 'Samurai Award' at Tokyo Festival.
Organizers of the Japan Content Showcase will next year return the market to dates that coincide with the main Tokyo International Film Festival.
Auteur portraits of fellow auteurs don't always make for illuminating films: The line between sincere mutual appreciation and smug mutual congratulation can be a fine one. Brazilian director Walter…
The lineup and configuration of the revived Cairo Film Festival is starting to shape up with a mix international and Arab films, including the world premiere of "Wall of Heroism," by Mohamed Rady, a…
Pan-Arab film distributor Empire Intl. will release Abu Dhabi fest opener "From A to B," by Ali Mostafa, in the Middle East, starting on Jan. 1. Empire has a close rapport with "A to B" co-financer…
Abu Dhabi's Image Nation is delving into documentary production with pics on strong societal topics, such as "Every Last Child," pictured above, by U.K. director Tom Roberts, which examines efforts…
Japan attempts to develop its own soft power in neighboring region