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…
There are five new wide releases playing over the long Labor Day weekend -- more than ever before for the holiday -- in a fitting end to a summer that's been full of surprises.
In April, Norway got a "new" film institute when three separate institutions were merged into one. The Norwegian Film Fund, Norwegian Film Development and the Norwegian Film Institute became one…
Asian superheroes will be in the spotlight at South Korea's upcoming Pusan Film Festival as the subject of one of the event's many thematic sections.
"Shirin" offers a feast for the bedazzled eye and a crash course in narrative obsession for the benumbed mind.
Son of the veteran Brit doc-maker Mike Dibb, Saul Dibb has been on the list of young British directors to watch since his early documentary shorts.
A tightly constructed "dramatic thriller" in which the tension comes as much from what the characters are thinking as from what they end up doing.
Takeshi Kitano's "Achilles and the Tortoise" finally crosses the finish line of the Nipponese multihyphenate's trilogy on the plight of the performer-artist, aka himself.
Japanese distrib Shochiku has inked an acquisition deal for James D. Stern and Adam Del Deo's Broadway documentary "Every Little Step" with William Morris Independent.
American pics are largely absent from the 35th Telluride Film Festival lineup, with films from only two U.S. filmmakers so far.
U.K.-based sales and finance entity the Salt Company has tapped seasoned sales exec James Norrie to head up its international division.