Central Europe regional report card
As DreamWorks continues to seek financing for its planned reincarnation as an independent company after its ties to Paramount end later this year, two scenarios for the company's future are emerging.
"Paper or Plastic?" is about the National Grocers Assn. Best Bagger Competition, a subject guaranteed to set eyes rolling.
"Crossfire" is an ultra-violent policier that makes Iraq's Triangle of Death seem lightweight compared with Marseilles' industrial suburbs.
Whether weird, provocative or simply a national calling card, animation Czech-style is undergoing a renaissance, with at least 10 features slated to bow throughout the next year.
Gabor Csupo's eccentric band of kids, dysfunctional families and dodgy role models, the award-winning "Rugrats," has a certain status worldwide with children -- and parents -- who were enthralled by…
A teenage boy and his younger brother struggle to cope with the death of their mother in the evocative, low-budget Brit drama, "Dummy," a feature debut for shorts and TV helmer Matthew Thompson.
In her directorial debut, Lori Petty grapples with a traumatic adolescent experience in which she was raped by her mother's pimp.
An Iranian teen is transformed into a "Latin" lover. A young Moroccan woman searches for her father in Casablanca. An Algerian femme disappears into the desert. And a Turkish kung-fu student fights…
Music hath charms to rehabilitate savage convicts in the soulful but rigorously tough docu "The Choir." Set in South Africa, the U.S.-Australia co-production spotlights a male choir of imprisoned…
A young femme begins to suspect there's something even more evil than dry rot in her building's cellar in the satanic-themed Flemish chiller "Left Bank."