The death of a young Afghani hired by Western journalists is removed from the newspaper margins and put front and center in docu helmer Ian Olds' unflinching "Fixer: The Taking of Ajmal Naqshbandi."
"Dogging" is British slang for an apparently popular pastime involving having sex with strangers in parking lots; "Dogging: A Love Story" is a dull, largely unfunny energy-sapper by novice features…
Two 18-year-olds from apostolic Lutheran families wind up sampling "Forbidden Fruit" in Finnish director Dome Karukoski's ("Home of the Dark Butterflies") melodramatic coming-of-ager.
A young, inexperienced doctor in the provinces turns addict on the eve of the Russian Revolution in Alexei Balabanov's beautifully structured "Morphia."
DGA Awards host Carl Reiner, who had been set to host the DGA Awards on Saturday night, has been forced to cancel due to food poisoning.
"I'm just telling people I'm 78. I'm only 38," Clint Eastwood quipped as he took the stage to receive the aptly named Modern Master Award at the Santa Barbara Film Festival.
"Old Partner" captures the uncommon love story between feeble old farmer Choi and his trusty ox.
A twisty B-movie noir with shades of the classic "Detour," "The Ante" ought to repay Panorama Entertainment's bet, placed at Slamdance -- in ancillary at least.
Anchor Bay Films has picked up distribution rights to the Myriad Pictures thriller "Not Forgotten" for the U.S., U.K. and Oz.
"The Informers" is a faithful adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis' novel.
Two major book auctions wrapped up Friday in a sign that the comatose book-to-movie biz may be waking up.