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Critic’s Picks: A December To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

SoCal cinephiles have a plethora of holiday options outside the multiplex, including screenings of works by Spike Lee, Stanley Kubrick, William Friedkin and Hayao Miyazaki.

20th Far East Festival to Open With Korean Thriller ‘Steel Rain,’ Malaysia’s ‘Crossroads’

The festival, based in the Italian city of Udine, marks its milestone anniversary with a program of 81 films, including a restored classic from Johnnie To and a Brigitte Lin retrospective.

‘Three’ (‘Saam Yan Hang’/’San Ren Xing’): Film Review

Johnnie To unleashes a showdown between a cop, a robber and a doctor, mostly within the confines of a single Hong Kong hospital ward.

Filmart: Johnnie To Readies ‘Election 3’ (Exclusive)

The 2005 film 'Election' and its sequel were both huge local hits in Hong Kong.

‘Trivisa’ (‘Shu Dai Jiu Fung’): Berlin Review

The criminal thriller, produced by Johnnie To and helmed by a trio of young Hong Kong directors, bowed in the Berlin Film Festival's Forum section.

Mar del Plata Film Fest Unveils Full Lineup

The program includes LatAm Oscar bids, uncensored Hollywood classics, and new restored versions of 'Birth of a Nation' and Richard Wright's 'Native Son'.

‘Office’ (‘Hua Li Shang Ban Zu’/’Wa Lai Seung Ban Tsuk’): TIFF Review

Hong Kong noir-master Johnnie To's first-ever full-fledged musical, revolving around power struggles in a big corporation, will bow at Toronto and then London.

‘Wild City’ (‘Mai Sing’): Film Review

Action-thriller veteran Ringo Lam's first feature in 12 years unleashes a former cop and his cabbie kid brother against a group of deadly Taiwanese felons across the busy streets of Hong Kong.

Johnnie To Set for BAFTA Career Retrospective

The cult Hong Kong director will speak at a 'BAFTA A Life in Pictures' event on June 22.

Berlin: German Critics Launch Own Critics’ Week Sidebar

The section, inspired by similar screenings in Cannes and Venice, will show arthouse titles from around the world.

Toronto: Kristen Wiig’s ‘Welcome to Me,’ Simon Pegg’s ‘Kill Me Three Times’ Get World Premieres

Keira Knightley, Dustin Hoffman, Morgan Freeman and Kathy Bates are set to walk up the red carpet at the Canadian film festival

Mar del Plata Film Fest Announces LatAm Premieres of Garrel, Wajda, Dolan

The only class A festival in Latin America unveiled part of its program, with LatAm premieres of the latest from Philippe Garrel, Andrzej Wajda, Xavier Dolan, and Shion Sono, among others.