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‘Honey Cigar’ (‘Cigare au miel’): Film Review | Venice 2020

Franco-Algerian director Kamir Ainouz' debut feature, 'Honey Cigar,' is a female coming-of-age tale set in the 1990s.

‘The Benefit of the Doubt’ (‘Une part d’ombre’): Film Review

Belgian writer-director Samuel Tilman's feature debut 'The Benefit of the Doubt' stars Fabrizio Rongione ('Two Days, One Night') as a man accused of murder.

‘Young Ahmed’ (Le jeune Ahmed’): Film Review | Cannes 2019

The Dardenne brothers return to Cannes competition with 'Young Ahmed,' a study of a 13-year-old boy who decides to punish his "infidel" math teacher.

‘Dear Son’ (‘Weldi’): Film Review | Cannes 2018

Tunisian writer-director Mohamed Ben Attia makes his Cannes debut with 'Dear Son,' a somber family drama co-produced by the Dardenne brothers.

An April To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

Among highlights on the Los Angeles retrospective and revival scene this month are a timely series of films about refugees, a run of modern French classics and screenings of favorites from Paul…

Brexit Seen as “Dreadful News” for European Films in U.K.

Oscar-winning titles such as 'Son of Saul' and 'Ida' received grants from the EU's MEDIA program to assist with their release in the U.K.

‘The Unknown Girl’ (‘La Fille inconnue’): Cannes Review

Palme d'Or winners Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne return to Cannes with this drama starring Adele Haenel as a doctor haunted by the death of an unidentified immigrant.

‘Good Luck Sam’ (‘Good Luck Algeria’): Film Review

This genre hybrid tells the true story of a French-born Algerian who tries to qualify for the Winter Olympics as a cross-country skier for his father's home country.

‘The Legend of the Palme d’Or’ (‘La Legende de La Palme d’or’): Cannes Review

An assortment of Palme d'Or winners, including Martin Scorsese, Jane Campion, and Quentin Tarantino, share memories of winning in director Alexis Veller's documentary

‘Ben Zaken’: Berlin Review

First-time feature director Efrat Corem explores a sector of Israeli society rarely seen on screen in this hard-scrabble family drama

‘Force Majeure’ Sweeps Sweden’s Guldbagge Awards

Ruben Ostlund's black comedy wins six trophies, including best director and best film, in Sweden's equivalent of the Oscars.

Belgium Film Festival Canceled After Terrorist Threat

The Oscar-nominated 'Timbuktu' and documentary 'The Essence of Terror' were set to screen at Le Festival Ramdan in Tournai, Belgium.