Estonian helmer Elmo Nuganen's feature bow "Names in Marble" is a nationalistic rallying cry. A tale of sacrifice centered on a group of students, pic may boast a setting unfamiliar to most auds and…
A feeling of instability hovers over "Fools," a disturbing debut from helmer Tom Schreiber. Story uses the Carnival festivities in Cologne to create a mood piece commenting on the rigid boundaries of…
After a brief flirtation with DV and Dogma, helmer Salvatore Piscicelli is on a more fluid track with his exploration of an actor's midlife crisis in "At the End of the Night." Plot uses the…
Forty-one scribes in seven different categories have been named as finalists for the Humanitas prize, it was announced Monday.
A veritable avalanche of words opens novice helmer Sean Walsh's adaptation of the monumental, famously unmanageable James Joyce novel "Ulysses." But while a reader can return again and again to…
An aging Scottish rocker finds he has a 16-year-old Welsh daughter in "I'll Be There," an extremely thin slice of feel-good comedy that marks Glasgow-born comic Craig Ferguson's first stint in the…
A big, brash, brainless crowd-pleaser that moves like an express train, "Andaaz" is Bollywood masala 101. Festooned with two ex-beauty queens (Miss Universe Lara Dutta, Miss World Priyanka Chopra)…
"Old Women", the debut pic from Russian helmer Gennady Sidorov, took surprise top honors at the 14th "Kinotavr" Russian Open Film Fest, which closed June 17 in the Black Sea riviera resort town.