Eduard Cortes' portrayal of a false yuppie, "La vida de nadie" (Nobody's Life), Luis Maria Guell's experimental "Nudos" and Xavier Villaverde's thriller "13 Campanadas" ("When the Bell Chimed 13")…
Pubcaster Doordarshan (DD) has decided to glamorize its image by airing Hollywood blockbusters dubbed in Hindi for Indian viewers.
"Swept Away" has been swept away. The Guy Ritchie pic, starring his wife Madonna, will not get a theatrical release in the U.K.
An international jury has awarded the first Luis Bunuel prize to Argentinean pic "Bolivia," helmed by Adrian Caetano and produced by Matias Mosteirin and Caetano.
"I-san Special" is a funhouse of fantastical dreams and desires, put across with lots of wit and charm aboard a ramshackle bus. Inasmuch as it's an expansion of an original idea by Apichatpong…
A fun cheapo horror romp that makes no claims to profundity but displays truly acerbic wit and a deep conversance with the genre, "Infested" sics swarms of mutant flies on a bunch of thirtysomething…
An appealing if unadventurous love story set in rural Spain, vet Antonio Gimenez-Rico's good-looking, stately "First and Last Love" is full of old-fashioned virtues, with sterling perfs from an…
So much has been done already with the prison-movie genre, one might reasonably wonder if there's anything left to do. Yet, here is Yoichi Sai's wonderful "Doing Time," a prison movie unlike any that…
Shot in five days for less than $5,000 (according to producer-director-writer Cui Zi'en), "Enter the Clowns" is a startling gender-bender that takes pride in its non-commerciality. Pic is unlike the…
The daunting logistics and emotional juggling act of child custody and visitation rights post-divorce are examined via spot-on acting and deft helming in docu-styled "Children of Love." Ingenious…
An uneven but exuberantly anarchic comedy homage to the spaghetti Western, "800 Bullets" reps writer-director Alex de la Iglesia's best work since his groundbreaking "Day of the Beast" (1995).