In a surprising choice that stunned many at the Lido, the Venice Film Festival awarded the Golden Lion to Chinese helmer Jia Zhangke's "Still Life," a doculike depiction of the pains of dislocation…
The Oscar season was in full swing on Saturday at the Toronto International Film Festival as a bevy of titles vied for early front-runner status in the kudos race.
The Toronto Film Fest has its first notable buy, as MGM has scooped up North American rights to Werner Herzog Vietnam pic "Rescue Dawn" ahead of its world preem Saturday night.
It took some perseverance, but those who sat through more than two hours of often meandering on-stage conversations and technical difficulties got the first glimpse of Michael Moore's next doc…
While there are plenty of star-studded galas, dinner and cocktail parties at the Toronto film fest this week, one of the hottest tickets didn't appear on any public list of events: a Saturday night…
Aptly titled "Still Life" is another slow, contemplative look at spiritual/emotional malaise in modern China by thirtysomething auteur Jia Zhangke. Virtually docu-like look at a town about to be…
Shortbus may be the most sexually explicit film to get mainstream distribution in years, but don't tell that to the filmmakers.
Nine Network announced Friday it would be the first Aussie web to provide its news via podcast, through its online joint venture ninemsn.
Argentine maestro Pablo Trapero continues his upward trajectory as an artist fascinated by interior states of mind and exterior realities. Flirting with predictable tragedy but displaying an immense…
An imaginative, intelligent and attractive Italo pic precisely when the country needs it most, Emanuele Crialese's "Golden Door" reps a solid piece of cinema that neither panders nor preaches. Sure…