Poetic images and divine love are sometimes confusingly refracted in Iranian-Japanese co-production "Hafez." Other than investment coin and the casting of Kumiko Aso ("Pulse," "Casshern") as a…
Tonally confused and self-important, "No Smoking" is a tedious mind-screw from helmer-scripter Anurag Kashyap (whose "Black Friday" was considerably more coherent and hard-hitting) that tries to be…
Bootlegs, not studio recordings, and unreleased film footage of performances were the driving force behind the creation of the soundtrack for "I'm Not There," Todd Haynes' Bob Dylan biopic.
"Uses North American methods" is the message on the door of the Buenos Aires private detectives' office in "La senal," and the same motto could apply to the film itself.
The New Directors/New Films fest is set to run March 26-April 6 in New York City. Presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center and The Museum of Modern Art, fest showcases the work of emerging…
Hannah Herzsprung, who made a major splash in Chris Kraus' award-winning prison drama "Four Minutes" as a musically talented but violent young convict, has been nominated as Germany's contender for…
"Ratatouille" keeps on cooking up big biz at the European box office while homegrown holdovers "Lissi" and "The Orphanage" comfortably held top spots in Germany and Spain.
Local pics took 35% of B.O. in the Flemish half of Belgium last weekend, the highest share for home-grown productions since 2003.
The burden of having a famous sibling seems fraught with comedic possibilities, but whatever potential existed has been squandered and then some in "Fred Claus," dumping coal into everyone's holiday…
The Casting Society Of America on Monday announced the winners of its 23rd Artios Awards for outstanding achievements in casting.
The Philanthropy Project has launched with a $10 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation. Project will team up with the AFI to create a multimedia campaign urging citizens to become more…