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  • Cannes Film Review: 'Party Girl'

    The title may suggest a cute indie comedy about the angsty pitfalls of young womanhood, the sort that might feature Greta Gerwig or Lena Dunham, but the subject of "Party Girl" has many more years, and heartaches, under her not-so-chic belt. This...
  • Talent, Execs Making Waves in Ecuador's Burgeoning Film Biz

    Diego Araujo, writer-director His helming debut "Feriado," sold by M-Appeal, became the first Ecuadorian pic to have a world premiere at the Berlinale. Araujo has written and directed several shorts, docus and commercials. He's developing three pics...
  • CANNES: Bill Murray's 'Rock the Kasbah' Sells to Sony for International Territories

    Bill Murray's upcoming comedy "Rock the Kasbah" has scored sales from QED to Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions for the U.K., Latin America, Spain and Eastern Europe. Bill Block's QED launched foreign sales at the European Film Market. Production...
  • CANNES: Zeitgeist Films Picks up U.S. Rights To Volker Schlondorff's 'Diplomacy' (EXCLUSIVE)

    CANNES- New York-based distributor Zeitgeist Films has acquired U.S. rights to Volker Schlondorff's historical drama "Diplomacy" from Gaumont. Taking place on the day Paris was liberated by the Allies, "Diplomacy" chronicles the tense confrontation...
  • Cannes Film Review: 'Of Men and War'

    The devastating toll of post-traumatic stress disorder inflicted by the Iraq and Afghanistan wars on U.S. soldiers is vividly presented in "Of Men and War," a slow-burn documentary from France's Laurent Becue-Renard. Over a lengthy running time,...
  • Cannes 2014: Nuri Bilge Ceylan's slow-burn Palme d'Or, and career

    For more than a decade, the Turkish director Nuri Bilge Ceylan has been reliably bringing a movie to the Cannes Film Festival every time he had a new one, starting with the odd-couple class drama “Distant” in 2002 and continuing with new works...
  • Marwan Kenzari Joins Cast of 'Autobahn'

    Marwan Kenzari has joined the cast of the Silver Pictures thriller "Autobahn" opposite Nicholas Hoult and Ben Kingsley. Anthony Hopkins and Felicity Jones also star with Eran Creevy directing. The plot follows an American couple who are plunged into a...
  • Matthijs Wouter Knol to Head Berlin's European Film Market

    LONDON -- Matthijs Wouter Knol is to become head of the Berlin Film Festival's European Film Market, one of the world's top three movie markets, alongside Cannes and the AFM. Knol replaces Beki Probst, who becomes EFM president. Probst has been head of...
  • Watch: Chris Evans in 'Snowpiercer' Trailer

    Radius-TWC has debuted its official U.S. trailer for Bong Joon-ho's "Snowpiercer." Chris Evans stars with Ed Harris, Jamie Bell, Alison Pill, John Hurt, Tilda Swinton and Octavia Spencer in the sci-fi spectacle based on Jean-Marc Rochette's comicbook...
  • U.S. movies help drive Chinese box office over $1 billion

    U.S. movies help drive Chinese box office over $1 billion
    BEIJING -- China’s box office has made its first $1 billion for the year, crossing the mark in the week that ended Sunday with some help from “Robocop.” Year-to-date box office receipts for the mainland -- the world’s second...
  • Reel China: Lauded 'Black Coal, Thin Ice' hopes for audience at home

    BEIJING -- The Chinese Film “Black Coal, Thin Ice,” which took home the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival last month, has cleared censorship and will arrive in mainland theaters March 21. But the question now hanging over director Diao...