In the spare, structurally rigorous and politically dubious "California Company Town," filmmaker Lee Anne Schmitt observes the life and (mostly) death of several of the Golden State's company-owned…
Decadence, hysteria, incest and mad ego parade across dramatic backdrops of storm-tossed seas and cloud-swirled crags in vet Portuguese director Joao Botelho's exquisite fever dream of extreme 19th…
Not a Hong Kong remake of Bill Clinton's fave Western, but a remake of producer Eric Tsang's own Taiwanese "Winds of September," "High Noon" tracks seven rowdy high school boys with names like…
With great concision and clarity, vet Brit documentarian Molly Dineen builds from a seemingly slight urban protest of fox hunting to a profound look at the ravages of Western culinary "progress" in…
Unfortunately for Kim Ki-duk fans hoping for a return to the glory days of the prolific Korean's "3-Iron," this "Dream" does not come true.
Sony Pictures Classics has picked up Latin American rights to Stephan Elliott's "Easy Virtue," the 1920s-set romantic comedy with dynamite disco tracks.
The switch for kitschy visuals and florid melodrama is flicked to 11 in "12 Lotus," a musical extravaganza charting the ups and downs of a singer done wrong by just about everyone.
Dogma tactics come to Brazil courtesy of thesper Selton Mello in his feature helming debut, "December." Like its Nordic progenitors, pic revels in dysfunctionality, using a hand-held claustrophobic…
What do you call a documentary composed of elements of somebody else's personal diary film? Homage? Portrait? Assemblage? Case study?
Gaul's commercial broadcasters' org has hit out at the government's proposed allocation of E450 million ($623 million) to pubcaster France Televisions in the 2009 budget.
A three-day-old strike in Bollywood, home to Mumbai showbiz, ended with the two sides settling Friday.