Southside Tehran meets northside Tehran in Parisa Bakhtavar's uneven but periodically clever comedy debut, "Tambourine," which observes the lives of condo dwellers upturned by the entry of a young…
Using a pure docu style unencumbered by direct-to-camera interviews, Fernand Melgar takes his observational but still impassioned eye into a Swiss detention center for asylum seekers.
An Ashkenazi Jew's transformation into one of the most influential thinkers of modern Islam is explored in Austrian helmer Georg Misch's provocative docu.
Julien Temple, visual high priest of both rock and punk ("Absolute Beginners," "The Filth and the Fury," "Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten"), ventures into thornier ground in adapting Jonathan…
Oz's new super federal funder Screen Australia has announced its first slate with 25 projects sharing $A86 million ($75 million) in coin.
"Khamsa" marks a welcome return to form for director Karim Dridi, largely thanks to a superlative perf by non-pro juve lead Marc Cortes. In this "400 Blows"-type walkabout, the impetus is not flight…
Rising helmer Malgoska Szumowska continues to mine semiautobiographical material with "33 Scenes From Life," but the results develop across emotional arcs in less than satisfactory ways.
In its first major post-strike campaign, the Writers Guild of America has completed a monthlong push to organize reality shows by targeting allegedly unfair working conditions on "American Idol."
"Bond Is Back," according to the costly campaign heralding the latest 007 novel "Devil May Care," but that doesn't mean the tome will be turned into a James Bond movie.
The Olympics may have turned the Beijing sky blue, but the outlook for the box office is gray.