A fairly flat weekend at the European box office in terms of newbies offers Oscar hopefuls the opportunity to extend their B.O. legs and run.
European Film Market topper Beki Probst on Friday offered an upbeat assessment of this year's film bazaar, which closed in Berlin last week.
Psychological thriller "Loft" has become the most successful local film ever in Belgium, overtaking 1990 comedy "Koko Flanel."
Family secrets don't stay buried long in docu helmer Ivo M. Ferreira's solid sophomore feature, "April Showers." Knowledge of the turbulence following Portugal's 1974 revolution, sweeping away…
The dramatically incoherent "Kill Daddy Good Night" tries to meld the stories of a father-hating computer nerd and the search for a Lithuanian WWII criminal, to no apparent point.
After frolicking in the urban sandbox of "Play," sophomore helmer-scripter Alicia Scherson brings the city to the country in "Tourists," an adeptly written journey in which the protags learn to open…
A Copenhagen seventh-grader winningly copes with comic traumas in "Max Embarrassing."
Cleverly riffing on "Little Red Riding Hood," charming all-ages drama "Who's Afraid of the Wolf" looks at serious family matters from the perspective of a 6-year-old girl. Tightly scripted…
A haunting, poetic portrait of childhood solitude that brings to mind resonant mood pieces such as Lynne Ramsay's "Ratcatcher" and Dorota Kedzierzawska's "The Crows."
Inspired by the 1978 compilation pic "Germany in Autumn," but overall not blazing with the same kind of political conviction, "Germany 09: 13 Short Films About the State of the Nation" hits targets…
Coverage of the Oscars is either getting more technologically advanced or just plain creepy.