Clandestine romance provides sad but pleasurable viewing in the high-quality Hong Kong meller "Claustrophobia."
Eastern Europe's two newest filmmaking facilities are bending to the wind to survive a chilly business outlook in 2009.
"The Yes Men Fix the World" finds its titular merry pranksters up to yet more capitalist-critiquing chicanery and fat-cat-fooling fun.
A potentially gripping legal thriller about what happens when Western Europe attempts to solve Central European problems ends up as dull entertainment in "Storm."
The movie casts a revealing light on the elaborate culture of deceit that's part and parcel of modern Iranian society.
A poster is not a project. That was the line from Nu Image execs keen to downplay the presence of promotional materials in their Berlin office for a new project touting a remake of Charles Bronson…
Russia's most expensive ever movie, sci-fi blockbuster "Inhabited Island" -- which cost nearly $40 million to produce -- is due for a back-to-back two-film international release.
A churning maelstrom of events that includes theft, murder and imprisonment threatens to swamp two girls in love in "The Fish Child," from Argentine helmer Lucia Puenzo.
Riri Riza's pleasant, attractive heart-string puller about a working-class school.
Producer Enrique Lopez Lavigne ("28 Days Later" ) has teamed with Belen Atienza, exec producer on "Che" and "Pan's Labyrinth," to launch Apaches Entertainment.
Celluloid Dreams has boarded Philip Seymour Hoffman's directorial debut, an adaption of the stage play "Jack Goes Boating," which had an award-winning Off Broadway run in 2007. The company has taken…