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  • Acclaimed and controversial Polish film screening locally

    The suspenseful Polish film "Aftermath" is a gripping edge of your seat thriller that has garnered both acclaim and controversy. The film screened in South Florida theaters earlier this year and returns for a local run at Miami-Dade College's Tower...
  • French Lender Cofiloisirs Expanding its Backing to Foreign Films

    As shrinking public funding makes for fewer French films, Cofiloisirs, one of Gaul's top two lending institutions, is seeking to reach out to filmmakers beyond French borders. In the past year, the two men behind the money -- Herve Digne, who in 2012 was...
  • Chicago International Film Festival announces first 20 films

    Chicago International Film Festival announces first 20 films
    The latest projects from Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu (“Birdman,” starring Michael Keaton, Naomi Watts, Edward Norton and Zach Galifianakis), documentary master Frederick Wiseman (“National Gallery”) and Olivier Assayas (“...
  • A retrospective of David Lynch's work in the city that haunts him

    PHILADELPHIA "I just have to think of Philadelphia now, and I get ideas, I hear the wind, and I'm off into the darkness somewhere." David Lynch The pulsing heart of "David Lynch: The Unified Field" the career retrospective of art and experimental film...
  • 'Are You Here' is a gentle buddy movie with charm

    Hopes have run understandably high for the first major feature film effort from Matthew Weiner, creator and executive producer of TV's brilliant "Mad Men." But between some negative advance reviews and a reportedly underwhelming debut at last year's...
  • Liz Tuccillo's SXSW Comedy 'Take Care' Gets Distribution

    Entertainment One Films has acquired the North American distribution rights to romantic comedy "Take Care," five months after its debut at South by Southwest. "Take Care" stars Leslie Bibb and Thomas Sadoski and is directed, written and produced by Liz...
  • Review: 'The One I Love' ★★ 1/2

    Review: 'The One I Love' ★&#9733 1/2
    "Our happiness used to be so easy," says Sophie in the curious new indie "The One I Love," a tidy head-bender from writer Justin Lader and first-time feature film director Charlie McDowell. Sophie's marriage to Ethan, played by Mark Duplass, has stalled....
  • Michael Fassbender's big head in 'Frank,' a counterpoint in TMZ era

    Michael Fassbender's big head in 'Frank,' a counterpoint in TMZ era
    Modern movie stardom is dependent on many things, but perhaps none more so than well-known, good-looking faces appearing in new films. So what would make a high-profile actor decide to spend most of a movie wearing a cartoon face that renders him...
  • America's cartoon cat Garfield gets TV makeover in Indonesia

    JAKARTA/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The comic strip cat Garfield was created in America, but the animated television series based on the famous Jim Davis cartoon character is produced at a sprawling studio on the Indonesian resort island of Batam. Infinite...
  • Film Review: 'A Fuller Life'

    Sam Fuller's daughter Samantha made a wise decision to utilize passages from her father's autobiography as the soundtrack for her documentary "A Fuller Life." Read aloud and with great feeling by actors and directors who admired and worked with him, these...
  • UrbanWorld Film Festival to Open with 'Beyond the Lights'

    The 2014 UrbanWorld Film Festival, the 18th annual fest presented by BET and sponsored by HBO, has set a lineup of 70 films including opener "Beyond the Lights" from director Gina Prince-Bythewood ("Love and Basketball," "The Secret Life of Bees")....