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…
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.