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  • Film Review: 'Silent Heart'

    Bille August is in one of his most productive phases but not, alas, one of his more creative ones. "Silent Heart" is a standard-issue tearjerker about a dying matriarch gathering her family around on the weekend she plans to off herself: The only surprise is when the script goes from merely stereotyped to spectacularly silly with a late revelation that would feel idiotic even in a farfetched 1940s meller. The veteran actors are like vintage wine, meaning they season the cask but can't boost the yield. Sales have been respectable, though "Heart" is best suited to TV slots and long-haul flights.
  • 'Magical Girl' Tops San Sebastian Fest

    "Magical Girl" was awarded the top Golden Shell and best director for Spanish rising helmer Carlos Vermut at Sebastian film festival's 62nd edition on Saturday. Sold by Films Distribution, "Magical Girl," which marks the sophomore outing of Vermut, is...

    San Sebastian Unveils Seven International Titles in Competition

    The San Sebastian Film Festival, the most prestigious film event in the Spanish-speaking world, unveiled Thursday the first seven international titles that will vie for a Golden Shell in competition. They are Francois Ozon's "The New Girlfriend," Bille...

    Level K Scores First Deals on Bille August's 'Silent Heart'

    ANNECY- Scandi sales outfit Level K has closed a first round of deals on Bille August's "Silent Heart" (working title) following Cannes Film Market, where the outfit presented a promo. The intimate drama, which marks August's follow up to Jeremy Irons...

    Review: Under the Italian sun, 'Love Is All You Need'

    Danish filmmaker Susanne Bier's excellent tragedies tend to feature the sorts of characters and conflicts that turn up in her newest movie, "Love Is All You Need." We meet a heartbroken widower, a breast-cancer survivor, an unfaithful husband, an...