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‘Viena and the Fantomes’: Film Review

Gerardo Naranjo's long-shelved follow-up to 'Miss Bala,' 'Viena and the Fantomes,' stars Dakota Fanning as a hanger-on touring with a rock band.

‘Age Out’: Film Review

Tye Sheridan plays a foster child struggling to live on his own in A.J. Edwards' 'Age Out.'

‘The Kindness of Strangers’: Film Review | Berlin 2019

Zoe Kazan provides the linchpin in Lone Scherfig's New York-set ensemble drama 'The Kindness of Strangers,' about the intertwined lives of people in crisis or seeking to connect, chosen to open the…

Berlin Opener Director Lone Scherfig Praises American Charity

Lone Scherfig, who calls her Berlin opener, 'The Kindness of Strangers,' a film about down-and-out people with a happy ending, on Thursday praised North Americans for the charity they show one…

‘To the Night’: Film Review | Karlovy Vary 2018

Caleb Landry Jones headlines 'To the Night,' a psychological acid trip of a movie directed by Austrian filmmaker Peter Brunner ('Those Who Fall Have Wings').

Karlovy Vary Festival to Honor Tim Robbins

The Central European film festival will present the Oscar winning actor and director with a Crystal Globe for Outstanding Contribution to World Cinema.

Jake Tapper’s ‘Outpost’ Film Enlists Scott Eastwood, Orlando Bloom to Star (Exclusive)

The war action title is scheduled to begin production in August and is poised to beat to the gate a rival project at Sony titled 'Red Platoon' that chronicles the same siege.

Bill Nighy, Jay Baruchel Join Lone Scherfig’s Untitled New York Project

Caleb Landry Jones also joins Andrea Riseborough and Zoe Kazan in the modern-day fairy tale.

Oscars: 8 Actors in Two or More of This Year’s Best Picture Nominees

Timothee Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg and Bradley Whitford are just some of the actors appearing in and rooting for multiple films.

‘War on Everyone’: Berlin Review

The debut U.S. feature from 'The Guard' and 'Calvary' creator John Michael McDonagh pays rowdy homage to vintage detective-duo movies.

‘Heaven Knows What’: Venice Review

Filmmaking brothers Josh and Benny Safdie train their cinema-verite gaze on the chaotic lives of heroin users on the streets of New York

Low Down: Sundance Review

This first feature from longtime experimental filmmaker and cinematographer Jeff Preiss gets major boosts from a first-rate cast led by John Hawkes and Elle Fanning.