The U.K. Film Council's New Cinema Fund has committed £1.92 million ($3.84 million) to five projects -- Michael Winterbottom's "Genova," Dominic Murphy's "White Lightnin' -- The Jesco White Murders,"…
Character study's rewards are as elusive as the jackpot allegedly waiting in a minimally guarded warehouse.
Pertinent and discomfiting, this sober, well-cast drama remains quietly riveting.
A tale of maternal grief to which some viewers will say "Good grief!" while others may be genuinely moved, "Apres lui" puts Catherine Deneuve front and center to compelling, if somewhat overwrought…
Aussie documentary "Not Quite Hollywood" has been pre-sold to Magnolia Pictures in North America, Optimum Releasing in the U.K. and Madman Entertainment in Australia and New Zealand.
Nearly 15 years after "Baraka" gained critical acclaim and estimable returns in homevid, a sequel is in motion.
"Spider-Man 3" faces competish at the European box office this weekend from David Fincher's serial killer thriller "Zodiac."
British digital studio Slingshot has launched a U.K. distribution arm, headed by former Fox Searchlight and Icon exec Elizabeth Draper.
A passionate, harrowing drama about rebellion, atrocity and child soldiering in Africa, "Ezra" is raw and violent. Commercial possibilities seem remote, given the difficulty posed by some of the…
Helmer Daniele Luchetti keeps the mood light and winning in "My Brother Is an Only Child," a micro-tale of Italy's troubled years in the late '60s and '70s, viewed through the prism of a politically…
A fast-moving, engrossing multiple-character drama that brings the AIDS crisis of the 1980s into laser focus, Andre Techine's "The Witnesses" is propelled forward by a sense of urgency. This…