A selfish youth's thoughtless act creates unexpected consequences for several of his Oslo neighbors in this mannered multistrand drama.
"Mark of an Angel" substitutes the usual suspenser suspects with two highly unusual mommies, both claiming kinship over the same sweet-faced little girl.
The Mexican state of Jalisco, home to the Guadalajara Film Festival, will be one of the first in the nation to fund film production via a local subsidy.
Chinese auds are starting to emerge from their Olympic slumber and getting back into the theaters, and the first beneficiary has been "The Incredible Hulk," which took in 24 million yuan ($3.5…
The documentary "Bloody Mondays & Strawberry Pies" will close the Netherlands Film Festival, which unspools in Utrecht Sept. 24-Oct. 3.
Hayao Miyazaki toon "Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea" has passed the 10 million admission mark in Japan, taking in 12 billion yen ($109.6 million) and putting it on track to become one of the biggest…
The international box office couldn't quite match last summer's heights, but it's been a solid season nevertheless.
Recalling gritty 1970s character studies like "Cutter's Way" and "Rafferty and the Gold Dust Twins," Stephane Gehami's debut, "Straight to the Heart," offers plenty of scruffy appeal as it charts a…
Since last spring's slow Cannes for U.S. deals, the Europeans have watched with concern as the summer shake-up in the Stateside specialty sector has narrowed their trans-Atlantic options even further.
Debut features by prominent short filmmakers -- Palestinian Najwa Najjar's "Pomegranates and Myrrh" and Moroccan Mohamed Chrif Tribak's "Le temps des camarades" -- are included in the San Sebastian…
Going exactly where it says in the title, "Nowhere Man" squanders a strong first act to emerge as a droopy existential dramedy about a happily married fortysomething who has the chance to assume a…