Coming from the country's radical gay movement and cast largely with "out" gay men, the underground production "Men and Women" differs from most of the handful of other mainland Chinese films dealing…
The good news is that Bill Forsyth, after a decade in the commercial outfield, hasn't lost his early gift for observational, character-driven comedy. The not-so-good news is that, though "Gregory's…
The fifth annual Sarajevo Film Festival ended its run on Sunday leaving the distinct impression that it, like its country, is at a crossroads.
A documentary with potentially plenty to say about its central protag and contempo China, Zhang Yuan's "Crazy English" blunts its message by being 30 minutes too long and unnecessarily limiting its…
With Tony Amoni, Willy Holt, Maria Ducceshi, Jacques Collard.
Swedish distribution company WFM has inked a long-term agreement with German production and distribution company Atlas Intl. Film to represent Atlas across all five Nordic territories.
Ma Barker meets the cruel injustices of Soviet life in "Mama," a wild and unbelievable epic about the fatality of family ties that proves a much bigger mouthful than director Denis Yevstigneev is…
The mood was upbeat on the first weekend of the Montreal World Film Festival, which kicked off Friday with the world preem of the Miramax/Hal Films production "Mansfield Park."
First-time writer-director Christine Parker's "Rashomon"-like concept for "Channelling Baby" provides some intriguing situations in the early stages but veers out of control in the last half-hour…
Executive producer, Daniel Zuta.