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Venice International Film Festival at a Crossroads

With a lineup of high-profile world premieres and plenty of star power, the 68th 'grande dame' of fests has regained its footing as questions swirl around beloved director Marco Mueller.

Venice at a Crossroads

With a lineup of high-profile world premieres and plenty of star power, the 68th 'grande dame' of fests has regained its footing as questions swirl around beloved director Marco Mueller.

The Enemy: Movie Review

War itself is a horror but when Lucifer himself turns up — or does he? — a Bosnian commando unit starts tearing itself other apart in Dejan Zecevic's paranormal thriller.

The Little Gem (Il Gioiellino): Film Review

Impeccably designed and acted, Andrea Molaioli's sophomore feature is a character study lacks the action and urgency necessary to bring a story of this magnitude successfully to the big screen.

La Vita Facile (The Easy Life): Film Review

When the Italian love-triangle drama directed by Lucio Pellegrini enters "Dirty Rotten Scoundrel" territory with an unexpected twist, most will wish for the stock endings usually associated with…

Ralph Fiennes Kicks Off 2011 Belgrade Fest

Serbia's annual international film festival opened Friday with a showing of Fiennes' directorial debut, "Coriolanus."

Manual of Love 3: Film Review

Robert De Niro joins in the politically-incorrect humor and corny plots of an Italian comedy series, now in its third installment.

Mothers: Berlin Review

Oscar-nominated Macedonian director Milcho Manchevski mixes fiction with documentary in a film that hits home on an emotional rather than intellectual level.

Made in Poland: Berlin Review

A loud, self-absorbed political critique from director Przemyslaw Wojcieszek that thinks it's more revolutionary than it is.

The Kite: Film Review

Prashant Bhargava's feature debut about a complicated family is an intriguing small story that takes place over two days of a city's major kite festival.

Eighty Letters: Berlin Review

Screening in Berlin, Vaclav Kadrnka's film captures a slow, mournful and, frankly, monotonous day in the life of a Czech mother.

Sidewalls: Berlin Review

Argentinean director Gustavo Taretto's makes no bones about his inspiration for his feature debut "Sidewalls," a smart romantic comedy about neurotic singles in the big city that even includes a…