Elizabeth Olsen stars as a woman stuck in a loveless marriage to her sick cousin but then finds herself attracted to his friend (Oscar Isaac). The film, also starring Jessica Lange and Tom Felton, is set to be released on Feb. 21, 2014.
Six producers spill all on what it takes to get a movie made and how they deal with fan backlash.
Bruce Dern stars as Woody Grant, an alcoholic senior citizen who believes he won a million dollars in the Mega Sweepstakes in Alexander Payne's drama.
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Journalist-turned-director Peter Landesman revisits the JFK assassination through the eyes of a dozen people close to the action in Dallas in November 1963. READ MORE
Three early-teen Stockholm girls form a punk band to thrash their way through outsider unease in Swedish writer-director Lukas Moodysson's latest. READ MORE
"I would have enjoyed returning to that wonderful city ... but my focus is on my health and well-being," the actress stated. READ MORE
Greek director Alexandros Avranas's second film stars Themis Panou as the paterfamilias of an oddly unemotional clan that has to deal with the suicide of one of the children. READ MORE
Scott Haze stars as an East Tennessee hill country pariah who descends into madness, murder and sexual depravity in James Franco's film of the Cormac McCarthy novel. READ MORE
28-year-old Slovenian director Rok Bicek makes an assured debut feature about a high-school class that spins out of control after a suicide. READ MORE
British stars Judi Dench and Steve Coogan are a study in contrasts in Stephen Frears' heartwarming but never banal drama. READ MORE
A tragic footnote in Chilean history plays out in remote surroundings in Sebastian Sepulveda’s feature debut. READ MORE
Bulgarian director Milko Lazarov's stark debut feature stars Greek "Dogtooth" actor Christos Stergioglou as a man who wants to buy a baby in Bulgaria. READ MORE
Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning and Peter Sarsgaard star as radicalized environmentalists in Kelly Reichardt's eco-terrorism thriller. READ MORE
German filmmaker Edgar Reitz's latest epic 'Heimat' project is a four-hour black-and-white film that looks at life in rural Schabbach in the mid-1800s. READ MORE
Santiago Palavecino bravely plunges into the depths of female psychology in this edgy, rural-set psychodrama about the unraveling of a troubled mind. READ MORE
French director Jean Denizot's debut is loosely based on the case of Xavier Fortin, who was arrested in the Pyrenees in 2009 for the abduction of his children 10 years earlier. READ MORE
A splatter franchise endorsed by Tarantino and the Venice Film Festival. READ MORE
David Gordon Green's "Joe," starring Nicolas Cage, premiered Friday, while German-made "The Police Officer's Wife" started a buzz on the Lido. READ MORE
German filmmaker Philip Groning looks at domestic violence. READ MORE
The actress was expected to promote her new film "The Canyons." READ MORE
The Chinese Vampire film will get a multiplatform release in early 2014. READ MORE
Rick Ostermann's first feature is based on the flight of German and Baltic children from Soviet-occupied East Prussia at the end of World War II. READ MORE
Bruce LaBruce follows the walking-dead porn of "L.A. Zombie" with this sweeter, gentler cross-generational gay frolic, bowing in Venice and Toronto. READ MORE
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