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  • Venice Film Review: 'The Cut'

    There have been a paltry few movies about the 1915 Armenian genocide, which has only increased expectations around Fatih Akin's already buzzy "The Cut." Budgeted at $21 million, this historical epic-cum-Western about a father looking across the globe for his missing twin daughters had all the makings of a majestic adventure pic, only something odd happened along the way: , notwithstanding impressive location work. Akin's considerable body of fans will likely scratch their heads, and marketing will be problematic.
  • Berlin: 'Stations of the Cross,' 'Jack' Generate Multiple Sales for Beta

    LONDON -- Dietrich Brueggemann's "Stations of the Cross," which won the Berlinale's Silver Bear for script, and Edward Berger's Berlin competition entry "Jack" were Beta Cinema's hot sellers at the European Film Market in Berlin. "Stations of the Cross"...

    Beta's Box Office Hit 'The Physician' to Make Market Bow in Berlin

    LONDON -- Beta Cinema is gearing up for a busy Berlinale with the competition titles "Stations of the Cross" and "Jack," the Panorama Special entry "Stereo," and the market premiere of flagship production "The Physician," which has proven to be a B.O. hit...

    Max Irons, Charles Dance, Elizabeth McGovern Join 'Woman in Gold'

    LONDON -- "The White Queen" star Max Irons, "Game of Thrones" thesp Charles Dance, and Elizabeth McGovern from "Downton Abbey" have joined the cast of "Woman in Gold," which is being produced by The Weinstein Company, BBC Films and Origin Pictures. Other...

    Film Review: 'World War Z' fun but lacking

    Film Review: 'World War Z' fun but lacking
    The big-budget "World War Z" (directed by Marc Forster from Max Brooks's novel) is first and foremost an old-fashioned zombie movie. It makes no rotting bones about it. In the 45 years since George A. Romero's "Night of the Living Dead" — whose...