Latin America's oldest fest, Colombia's 46th Cartagena Int'l Film Festival, opens Friday with Pacho Bottia's "Juana tenia el pelo de oro" and wraps March 10 with Alessandro Basile's "El cielo."
A 20-minute online parody of Chen Kaige's "The Promise" has Chinese Internet auds rolling in the aisles -- and has raised the hackles of China's most illustrious helmer.
Netflix doesn't just want to overtake Blockbuster in the video rental biz. It wants to reinvent the Hollywood blockbuster.
Some 18 months after execs at Canuck film funders Telefilm Canada and Quebec's Sodec said they'd never give Serge Losique's Montreal World Film Festival another penny, Sodec now says Losique can…
The BBC professes to have undergone a sea change in its attitude to British cinema. The pubcaster last week cast off its historic ambivalence about the movie biz to unveil a bullish new film…
An aging cop's last chance to redeem his soured existence provides the sturdy frame for "16 Blocks," a movie by Richard Donner that's closer to a compact film noir than to the gimmicky entertainments…
Thirteen men embark on a 15-day trek in the Tunisian desert in North Africa to "find themselves" in helmer Francois Kohler's understated docu. Laid-back pic, which opened at Gotham's Film Forum for a…
The global chic of graffiti is traced from its Gotham roots to the Tokyo gallery scene in "Next: A Primer on Urban Painting." What comes through most forcefully is the monumental egos of many…
Jerry Blumenthal and Gordon Quinn's latest effort, "Golub: Late Works Are the Catastrophes," incorporates and updates their feted 1988 docu "Golub." Additional footage, shot shortly before his death…
Anger and bitterness dominate Willy Lindwer's shocking pic in which he shatters long-held myths of tolerance and bravery. Lindwer's shrill, single-minded partisanship co-opts any spontaneous viewer…