IFC Films has picked up U.S. rights to Ole Christian Madsen's Danish box office hit "Flame & Citron."
German box office hits "The Wave," by Dennis Gansel, and Til Schweiger's "Rabbit Without Ears" are taking on David Yates' "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" and Joe Wright's "Atonement" for…
The first two low-budget Brit pics out of the oven from Film London's Microwave scheme have been picked up for distribution.
The Middle East will be in focus at November's 49th Thessaloniki Intl. Film Festival in Greece, with a spotlight showcasing a dozen films from 10 countries in the region.
Based on a novel by Gallic scribe du jour Marc Levy, and directed by his sister, Lorraine, pic largely limits itself to perfunctory jokes and rote romance.
Baggily structured, but still engaging and occasionally insightful, British drama "Cass" recounts the story of real-life soccer hooligan Cass Pennant.
Where have the manly movie stars gone? Casting the titular tough-guy New York hero of his upcoming adaptation of "The Spirit," Frank Miller had trouble finding the right actor.
The Vancouver International Film Festival has announced the lineups for two of its major programs -- Dragons & Tigers: The Cinema of East Asia and Cinema of Our Time.
A selfish youth's thoughtless act creates unexpected consequences for several of his Oslo neighbors in this mannered multistrand drama.
"Mark of an Angel" substitutes the usual suspenser suspects with two highly unusual mommies, both claiming kinship over the same sweet-faced little girl.
The Mexican state of Jalisco, home to the Guadalajara Film Festival, will be one of the first in the nation to fund film production via a local subsidy.
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