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.
‘Carol’ Named Best Picture by New York Film Critics Circle
The Todd Haynes-directed film also won awards for best director, best screenplay and best cinematography.
Cannes 2015: Cinefondation Atelier Selection Announced
15 feature film projects from around the world will look for production and financing partners at this year's Cannes Festival.
Oscars 2015: ‘Ida’ Wins Best Foreign Language Film
The awards are being handed out Sunday night in Hollywood.
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.
Marrakech Fest: ‘Timbuktu’ Director on the Film’s Oscar Buzz
"Coming from a country that doesn't produce any films and from a continent that produces only a few of them, just taking part in the Oscars race in itself would be an acknowledgement for the whole continent," Mauritanian director Abderrahmane Sissako said
Watch the Trailer for Mauritania’s First-Ever Oscar Submission, ‘Timbuktu’ (Exclusive)
Abderrahmane Sissako's drama about a town's 2012 takeover by Al Qaeda militants premiered at May's Cannes Film Festival
Oscars: ‘Timbuktu’ Selected as Mauritania’s Foreign Film Entry
Director Abderrahmane Sissako's drama premiered at Cannes
Cannes: Cohen Media Group Takes ‘Timbuktu’ for U.S.
The competition film tells the story of the brief occupation of Timbuktu by militant Islamic rebels.
Cannes: ‘Timbuktu’ Director Abderrahmane Sissako Breaks Down at Press Conference
The director began to weep while discussing his competition film's depiction of the brutal Islamic law that has been instituted in his home country of Mali.
‘Timbuktu’: Cannes Review
A loving desert family is torn apart by the rise of Islamic fundamentalism in Africa in Abderrahmane Sissako’s poetic social outcry.