'No' Review: A Tale of Vision and Daring, Told With Not Enough of Either 14 weeks ago
It’s one of those stories you’d never buy as fiction, but you have to believe because it actually happened — in 1988,...
By Alonso Duralde
With a rich history of supporting non-fiction filmmaking, Sundance gives the leadoff spot to the graceful but devastating "Who Is Dayani Cristal?"
A young ad executive helps inspire a nation to remove Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet in Chili's Academy Award entry for Best Foreign Language Film
Bac Films International has picked up sales duties on “The Ardor,” an Amazon-set feature from director Pablo Fendrik.
"The Loneliest Planet," from director and screenwriter Julia Loktev, might just be the next film-festival sweetheart that could
Chilean film "No," starring Gael Garcia Bernal, is among prize-winners in Cannes' Directors Fortnight section
Sony Pictures Classics acquired North American rights to “No,” a drama about Chilean dictator Pinochet starring Gael Garcia Bernal
Kate Hudson vehicle marries the worst of rom-com whimsy with the deadliest pretty-girl-with-cancer clichés
A gripping drama set in the world of Mexican drug wars is one of the strongest entries at the festival
Al Pacino in talks to take on role of Ray Arcel in upcoming biopic; Ben Silverman will produce
"Casa de mi padre" will be told in the style of an overly dramatic telenovela
Photo calls for Bernal, Amalric, and some zombie ladies
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation