Nobody who saw Raymond Depardon's entertaining 1994 docu "Caught in the Acts" (Delits flagrants), which followed the judicial odysseys of perps who had been nabbed red-handed, could possibly forget…
(International sales: Smile Entertainment, Helsinki.) Produced by Markus Selin.
For his first production since "Ragtime," Frank Galati has chosen to revive an obscure piece of theater realism by a largely forgotten American playwright. First seen on Broadway some 60 years ago…
Produced by Michael Svab. Co-producer, Martin Dejdar.
Smart slice of boho living, previously known as "Low Rent," reps a very strong first effort for married helming-producing team Dan Bootzin and Elizabeth Rivera Bootzin. Funny pic casts a knowing eye…
Top-ranking teen horror films "I Still Know What You Did Last Summer" and "The Faculty" may have been slaying auds in the aisles across Europe this week, but the real horror was experienced by exhibs…
Admirers of Erick Zonca's "The Dreamlife of Angels" will find similar virtues in the terse drama of "The Little Thief," which doesn't stray too far from prior pic's terrain in observing a (male this…
This epic production of "Joan of Arc," ambitiously detailed, handsomely costumed and passionately performed, delivers the full wrath of teen angst in a classy and straightforward telling of the…
"Lotus Lamp," the first commercial animated feature film to be produced in China, is nearing completion after three years of work.
"Day for Night" on the rocks, Gallic making-of-a-movie comedy "The Ice Rink" skates by on increasingly thin inspiration, finally hitting a wall. A pleasant enough diversion even when it runs out of…
Helmer Roman Vavra earns a spot among the young Czech generation with his debut film, the three-episode "In the Rye." Like contemporary Petr Zelenka's fest fave "Buttoners," new pic loosely joins a…
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