Spurred by the success of Latino soaps -- telenovelas -- in Eastern Europe, buyers from this region have been snapping up Latino pics, especially ones starring telenovela thesps. Pics, however, only…
Venevision has taken all U.S. rights to Spanish thriller "Oculto" (Hidden), a genre-hopping revenge thriller helmed by emerging Spanish auteur Antonio Hernandez ("The City of No Limits").
Germany's Greenlight Media, the producer with BBC Worldwide of event docu pics "Deep Blue" and "Planet Earth," has taken its first step into feature film production, boarding Gerardo Olivares' ethnic…
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The Sitges Intl. Film Festival of Catalonia, one of Europe's top horror/fantasy meets, has moved its dates from last year's early December back to its traditional mid October slot.
Laura Linney and Julie Walters will star with "Harry Potter" star Rupert Grint in "Driving Lessons," the directorial debut of Brit screenwriter Jeremy Brock.
Self-appointed American history professor Lars von Trier has come up with another barbed allegorical lecture about the ugliness of the U.S. legacy in "Manderlay." Second installment in the Danish…
Apart from some effective detail work with classical American cinema archetypes that makes parts of it play like a modern-day Western, "A History of Violence" is a surprisingly conventional film from…
The message is powerful with storytelling to match in exploration of duty versus shared humanity based on authentic incidents from the first year of WWI. Even cynics should be impressed by where this…
A sincere, heavyweight chamber piece about a young photographer (Melvil Poupaud) dying from cancer, Francois Ozon's "Time to Leave" reps one of the helmer's most straightforward, but perhaps least…
Ultra violent and nauseating, but technically dazzling, Brit helmer Thomas Clay's feature debut "The Great Ecstasy of Robert Carmichael" is destined to vie with "Battle in Heaven" for 2005's Most…
An international aid worker specializing in irrigation projects discovers a seemingly content co-worker has hanged herself in "Guernsey." Ravishingly lensed, widescreen pic's purely cinematic…