Industry storm clouds gathered along with members of the Giant Screen Theatres Assn. at the group's 25th annual confab here.
An offbeat Iranian entry set entirely in the courtyard of a senior high school where hundreds of girls wait to take their final exam, Nasser Refaie's feature debut "Exam" reads rather like a man's…
A reverential, uncritical portrait of Akira Kurosawa showcasing his thoughts on the components of moviemaking, "Beautiful Movies" would be a useful teaching aid in film schools.
A blackly comic thriller in which the home invasion of a GDR-era summer cottage takes a series of unexpected twists, "Home Truths" reps a solid second feature for commercial and shorts helmer Carsten…
A recently widowed woman leaves the hospital after a drunken auto accident, bruised but determined to remake her life. But a dog that won't stay tied up leads her on unwelcome voyages of discovery…
A painfully shy young woman tries to fit in above her social class, with dismal results, in "A Hidden Life." First pic in 17 years from "Hour of the Star" helmer Suzana Amaral covers similar thematic…
Following two weeks of jury trial, attorneys have resolved a dispute over IATSE's allegedly illegal disruption in 1999 of the indie film "Flat Dog."
Experimental filmmaker Su Friedrich's latest feature takes a sometimes discomfiting but engrossing, good-humored look at her own long history of medical problems. Not as formally adventurous as some…
Miramax Films co-chairmen Harvey and Bob Weinstein will receive British Film Institute Fellowships for "outstanding contribution to cinema," the BFI's highest honor, at the 50th anniversary gala of…
Macedonian salad was never as jumbled as this pretentious B&W video, a scramble of undigested ideas about existential philosophy and world politics.