"The Pervert's Guide to Cinema" is a propulsive, stream of consciousness sprint through the movie projector mind of Slovenian philosopher and psychoanalyst Slavoj Zizek, who uses clean and properly…
As "March of the Penguins" showed, even a finished docu can sometimes be merely raw material. A little tightening, a new score and fresh narration turned it into a commercial phenomenon. "Sharkwater"…
A successful civil engineer becomes obsessed with a slightly older woman suffering from that most hackneyed of plot devices, multiple-personality syndrome, in overripe Teutonic meller "I Am the Other…
A quartet of Scottish fisherman grapple with the terrible cost of human trafficking in morally resonant, deeply-felt drama "True North," from thesp-turned-helmer Steve Hudson. Pic benefits from solid…
The city of Busan, South Korea, has announced plans for the construction of a state-of-the-art post-production facility. The long-mooted project will be built in the Haeundae district, site of the…
"Amazing Grace" is a workmanlike costumer that distills Blighty's long battle for the abolition of slavery and the personalities behind landmark antislavery legislation into a tidy story of…
Picturehouse has closed the biggest deal of the Toronto Film Festival, picking up rights to Jennifer Lopez salsa biopic "El Cantante" for a sum believed to be over $4 million.
Pedro Almodovar's "Volver" is one of three pics placed on Spain's short list for its foreign-language Oscar entry.
UIP chairman Stewart Till reportedly is among the candidates being considered to become chief exec of ITV. Till, who is due to leave UIP at the end of this year, has been contacted by Zygos…