‘Earth’ Film Review: Unsparing Doc Assesses Ecological Damage of Large-Scale Projects

‘Earth’ Film Review: Unsparing Doc Assesses Ecological Damage of Large-Scale Projects Simultaneously stoic and anguished, “Earth” takes a determined, unrelenting look at what Austrian director Nikolaus Geyrhalter calls “the wounds we are inflicting” on our planet. Like his previous ...

Review: Nikolaus Geyrhalter's "Earth" Observes the World Torn Apart

If you have become numb to television's preference for narrow-minded camerawork that frequently gets so close as to kiss its actors, you will be refreshed by immersing yourself in the gargantuan ...

Idfa Film Review: ‘The Border Fence’

In the opening shot of “The Border Fence,” the camera straddles the invisible line between Austria and Italy, watching without comment as a man blithely walks from one country to the other. This is as ...

Movie Poster of the Week: Icarus Films at 40

Above: French poster for A Grin Without a Cat.Starting today, the Metrograph in New York will be launching an extensive series celebrating the 40th anniversary of one of the most dedicated, unsung ...

Eastern European Distributors at the San Sebastian Film Festival

The European Film Promotion (EFP) and the San Sebastian International Film Festival (September 18-27) launched a new promotion initiative entitled "European Distributors: Up Next". Ten independent ...