Ending a bidding war with its offer of just over $1.3 million, New Line Cinema late Tuesday night snapped up Anya Kochoff's comedy script "Monster-in-Law," edging out Dimension Films.
Russian film critic Mikhail Brashinsky turns his formidable knowledge of movies and modernist film technique into a dynamic, sporadically fascinating but ultimately dissatisfying directing bow…
The biggest B.O. success in Chilean film history, with more than a million admissions since its 2000 release, tyro helmer Cristian Galaz's "The Sentimental Teaser" is a fresh, entertainingly quirky…
An out-of-nowhere docu gem chronicling the civil disobedience of a group of unemployed men in Madrid in 2001, "The Iguazu Effect" is a Spanish incursion into an underside of contempo politics that…
When young writer-director Benedek Fliegauf's application was rejected by the Hungarian Film School, it seems the school missed out on a precocious new talent. His first feature, shot for a pittance…
Newmark Communications has hired veteran film distribution execs Lewis O'Neil and Stephen Rockabrand, both as executive consultants.
By Spanish standards a fair stab at the thriller genre, helmer Xavier F. Villaverde's third feature, "Thirteen Chimes," is efficient, visually potent fare which starts out strongly, only to fade as…
A simple, sincere film about three aged puppeteers, "Journey of the Grey Men" is a mellow road movie with no axes to grind and no envelopes to push. In his first feature, Amir Shahab Razavian turns a…
A sense of nostalgia and a feeling the present has been betrayed by the past imbue veteran Magyar director Karoly Makk's "A Long Weekend in Pest and Buda," a film about a couple who meet again after…
Trio has slated original documentary "The Blockbuster Imperative" as part of its movie-themed March sked.