French sales agent Onoma has picked up worldwide rights to "Kalach" a big-budget crimer starring Gerard Depardieu and Gerard Lanvin.
Slick, superficial and with the slightest touch of saudade, "The Samba Poet" displays a keener sense for biopic melodrama than for music-making.
Human nature's dark side is the menacing midwife to the stillbirth of '60s idealism in the initially challenging and ultimately riveting "United Red Army."
Six graphic artists present their visions of terror in "Fear(s) of The Dark," an omnibus of black-and-white animation with a couple exceptionally clever episodes tied together by an unnecessary…
Japanese pic "Negative Happy Chain Saw Edge" is the type of indie feature that, on its title alone, is assured a place in the hearts of Asian film geeks enamored by trash aesthetics.
The timing couldn't be better for "The Vanishing Point," another hidden-message-in-a-painting pic that taps into the ever-growing market for "lives of the artists" exposes.
Music and crime provide relief from oppression in paradise in the uneven, overlong Japanese drama "Bloody Snake Under the Sun."
The allure of Japan's Kabuki theater, as well as its thinly veiled homoeroticism, comes across in the well-mounted meller "Beauty."
"Quantum Hoops" is a lovable piece about the Caltech basketball team that should find an audience somewhere, certainly in Stockholm.
Smart characters don't always mean smart movies, and "The Genius Club" is no exception.