Sandra Kogut's jauntily unpretentious docu about her attempts to obtain a Hungarian passport takes the viewer down some unexpected paths. Though starting predictably as a descent into a labyrinth of…
Avant-garde saxophonist/composer John Zorn incorporates wildly disparate musical genres, from head-banging rock to Sephardic klezmer and experimental classical. Claudia Heuermann's…
Before its plot thickens to an unpalatable consistency, "Labyrinth" builds a sense of intrigue that hints at dark sexual and spiritual secrets. A third-act trip into mind-boggling silliness is all…
A studied approach to magical realism keeps "The Archangel's Feather" earthbound, but tyro helmer Luis Manzo's overt love of vintage Hollywood glamour imagery brings a certain charm to the Venezuelan…
The Philippine-American war of 1899 was one of the bloodiest conflicts in the annals of colonialism, and a clear forerunner to Vietnam. Docu, co-directed by Filipina-American professor Camilla…
Any actor who "really wants to direct" should have to first answer "Why?" Popular German thesp Nicolette Krebitz's directorial debut "Jeans" starts out intriguingly offbeat, then rapidly becomes…
Gotham-based production and distribution company Cavu Pictures has acquired worldwide rights to Eitan Gorlin's debut feature, "The Holy Land," which won the feature Grand Jury Prize at the 2002…
State-backed film company Cinecitta Holding appointed the board members of state film producer-distributor Istituto Luce on Wednesday.
Government cultural agency Telefilm Canada allocated its C$9 million ($5.77 million) New Media Fund to 21 projects, including five convergence TV projects, in 2002.
Filmmaker Keith Behrman will receive the Claude Jutra Award for his feature debut, "Flower and Garnet," at Canada's Genie Awards for film Feb. 13.