Cannes Film Fest artistic director Thierry Fremaux is encouraging Australian film execs to submit their works early to the fest.
The second installment of Peter Greenway's "The Tulse Luper Suitcases" began lensing at the Media City Atelier (MCA) studios in Leipzig Thursday.
Two-time Golden Globe winner Miranda Richardson, Callum Keith Rennie, Mark McKinney and Katherine Isabelle topline "Falling Angels," based on Canuck author Barbara Gowdy's novel and helmed by Scott…
Confirming the continuing vibrancy of Korean cinema, Park Chan-ok's striking first feature, "Jealousy is My Middle Name," co-won the New Currents Award at the 7th Pusan Intl. Film Festival which…
The 2000 presidential election's chicanery is explored in a 50-minute docu from Joan Sekler and Richard R. Perez --a powerful piece of agitprop filmmaking seemingly designed to re-ignite a fire under…
Mostly effective creeper draws "Three" very differently styled spook tales from diverse Asian cultures. Omnibus format may prove a hard sell except in some urban locales. Should do OK on disc, and…
That most American of rituals, the high school prom, takes center stage in "Prom Night in Kansas City." Slight but engaging, this breezy under-an-hour docu strikes an audience chord of collective…
"Mama Benz" is an inventively sly docu: In the guise of a bouncy little puff piece, pic argues colonialism in Africa did not die, it just turned corporate. Film chronicles the opening of a…
Filmed in Southeast Asia under incalculably trying circumstances, "Anonymously Yours" is a blistering and provocative docu that exposes the world of Burmese sex trafficking with shocking intimacy…
Ostensibly an opus made to get into NYU film school, this self-proclaimed "documentary-style feature" feels like that proverbial student cop-out -- the essay about not being able to write an essay.