Many a filmmaker shows up at the Sundance Film Festival dreaming of becoming the next Martin Scorsese. But only Alfonso Gomez-Rejon can claim to have crashed on the legendary director's sofa, retyped…
Bill Pohlad never wanted to be that cliche of the successful industry insider who goes around town lamenting, "What I really want to do is direct." But the Oscar-nominated producer-financier behind…
PETER DEBRUGE: Well, I didn't see that coming. In what feels like a twist ending — one that leaves me feeling a bit like Tim Roth at the end of "Chronic" — the Cannes jury has awarded the Palme d'Or…
Any animated feature screening in Cannes in the wake of Pixar's universally adored "Inside Out" was bound to seem like an anticlimax.
The more things change, the more they stay the same for the Sri Lankan refugees of Jacques Audiard's "Dheepan."
The cinema's consummate chronicler of a China evolving so rapidly that its own citizens can scarcely keep apace, Jia Zhangke strikes a melancholic chord in "Mountains May Depart."
Two years after making his U.S. debut with the crackerjack kidnapping drama "Prisoners," French-Canadian director Denis Villeneuve ups his own ante with "Sicario."
The thorny subject of German historical memory binds the characters in Barbet Schroeder's "Amnesia," a thoughtful, sensitive character study that reps a minor-key comeback for the veteran Swiss…
Literally translated, the title of the new Stephane Brize movie means "Market Law," but it is even better served by its English-language substitute, "The Measure of a Man."
Were the title not already taken, "Nahid" could easily have been called "A Separation," for its similarly fraught portrait of the byzantine legal complications and social stigmas concerning divorce…