As the international film community gets ready to head to the south of France next week, a seismic shift and a few other movements are realigning the balance of power among the major film sales…
With its legendary snootiness, the Cannes Film Festival has never catered to all walks of life, but it was just a matter of time until the overwhelming strength of the euro would propel the fest's…
Viviane Reding credits herself with putting Europe on the map at the Cannes Film Festival. Now she's taking it a step further to connect Europe with the rest of the world.
Name cast featuring Cusack, Marisa Tomei, Ben Kingsley and Hilary Duff will mean something, but word of mouth will be poisonous.
Filmmaker Heinz Emigholz's ongoing project to film the buildings of key modernist architects continues with the fascinating "Loos Ornamental," chronologically tracking the work of influential…
Versatile helmer Jun Ichikawa gently explores teenage angst in "How to Become Myself."
Everybody's defying the odds in "Zoned In," an up-from-poverty striver story whose subject, Daniel "Sukie" Nartey II, makes it from the South Bronx to the Ivy League.
"Playing for Change" is a pan-global survey of varying styles of world music, is often so exhilarating, its neo-hippie utopianism doesn't seem so implausible.
New York City's Korea Society will screen four seldom-seen North Korean films this month at its Special Feature Series Classic Movie Night.
Samuel Goldwyn Films and Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions Group teamed up to nab domestic rights to Lakeshore Entertainment's drama "Elegy" starring Penelope Cruz and Ben Kingsley.
A kidnapping turns prickly in the Down Under neo-noir "Cactus."