With piquant eccentricity, doc is less interested in producing a standard bio-portrait than inquiring why people from various walks of life have chosen the subject of Baroque composer Antonio Vivaldi…
With its randy characters, frank depictions of male-female affection and generally liberal vibe, "Sleepless Nights" has rocked the world of Egyptian movies since its local premiere last year…
Fiji cinema makes its debut with work about moral and social issues faced by Pacific Island people that is told by an unmistakable storyteller, but is nonetheless short on effective drama. Hackneyed…
Patiently told and lovingly made, doc overflows with emotion as it portrays rural Tennessee middle school students making a unique Holocaust memorial. Unlikely setting gives the story poignancy. Pic…
The renewal of joint venture Directing Change, which bowed last year, underlines the dedication of partners Women in Film & Television and UIP to enhancing women's chances of breaking into film…
Two major Danish productions for the international market, Lars von Trier's "Dogville" followup "Manderlay" and Bille August's "Return to Sender," have received funding from the Danish Film Institute.
Alain Resnais' "Not on the Lips" and Sylvain Chomet's "The Triplets of Belleville" tied for film of the year at the Golden Stars awards Monday night.
Russia's exhibition scene will take another leap forward Thursday with the opening of a major Moscow multiplex, the nine-screen Cinema Park at Kaluzhskaya.
Taking its cue from the controversial paintings of its odd subject, pic is not so much a biography as a cinematic collage, examining Henry Darger, a self-taught artist who has been posthumously…
A conventional study of unconventional competitors, "Word Wars" is fitfully fascinating as it follows four not-always-friendly rivals at the 2002 National Scrabble Tournament. Cable-bound docu might…
Online film provider Atom Films debuted a new program at Sundance Monday night that will download three pics a week, including some in high-definition, directly to users' computers.