Czech Films Hit the Road for Moveable Fest 2 weeks ago
With apologies to Ernest Hemingway and "A Moveable Feast," you can call this one a Moveable Fest. The Czech That Film Festival,...
By Steve Pond
At TheWrap screening series, the director of English-languages films like "Chocolat" and "Gilbert Grape," explains the motivations for his first Swedish film in 25 years
At a Wrap screening of South Africa's best foreign film entry, the "Little One" filmmakers credited their government for submitting a warts-and-all child endangerment drama for Hollywood's approval
At TheWrap's screening series, Omar Sy, the first black actor to win France's Cesar Award, let the audience in on his journey from TV comic to Oscar contender
Tenements and a rigid class system replace beautiful scenery in Switzerland's Oscar entry, Ursula Meier's "Sister"
Affleck's "Argo" remained the festival's most popular triumph, but by Labor Day's end, newbie documentarian Sarah Polley had claimed the late-buzz trophy
Telluride tributee Cotillard brought the Cannes entry "Rust & Bone" to America, while Ken Burns and Errol Morris gave the fest some documentary star power
The Polish filmmaker, whose film is heavily touted for a foreign language Oscar nomination, didn't curse the darkness when she chose to make a movie that takes place 80 percent underground
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