Ten Years of Freedom: Films From the New South Africa will unspool in Gotham April 27-May 2 in celebration of the 10th anni of Nelson Mandela's election.
"Little Kings" won four top awards, including best film, at the 9th annual Palm Beach Intl. Film Festival on Thursday. Closing night awards ceremony was hosted by "Scrubs" thesp John C. McGinley.
Toby Tyler takes a wrong turn in finely crafted yet ultimately conflicted drama "King of Thieves." Though less shocking overall than helmer Ivan Fila's 1996 pic "Lea," similar theme of children in…
Charming offshoot of the mid-1960s Czechoslovak Film Miracle was a steady spoofing of Hollywood genre tropes. Czech hyphenate Vaclav Marhoul revisits concept with stylish yet uneven and overlong…
Third in a trilogy about Taiwanese women living in Japan, "Someone Else's Shinjuku East" does not make one yearn to catch up on the first two. Unfocused docu too often seems to be simply hanging out…
Farcial take on the Bollywood industry's onscreen conventions and off-screen corruption, writer-helmer Rajat Kapoor's soph feature "Raghu Romeo" offers lively silliness that may impress home-turf…
Ten years after a terrorist bomb destroyed a Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, killing 86, a group of local helmers will make a collection of 10 short films about the tragedy.
Politically correct fairy-tale for an era of displaced persons, English-language, German-made "Gate of Heaven" aims for multicultural charm but comes off as a dumbed-down "Dirty Pretty Things." Given…
Indie drama set in Atlanta's underground jazz scene boasts an underexploited milieu and some exciting music. But in storytelling terms, pic plays like a free-jazz set that never quite gains momentum…
There's nothing very winning about the hockey-obsessed small-town losers in "Champions." Dour Czech dramedy, now in release domestically, feels more like a tube item and could reinforce eastern Euro…
As with split-second formalities of the titular dance, "Bolero" aspires to be an intricate, edge-of-your-seat murder mystery but ends up a pokey police procedural undone by an unwieldy cast and…
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