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Imanol Rayo’s Planned Feature ‘Dog Days’ to Examine Human Impact on Environment

Imanol Rayo’s “Dog Days” promises to be an ambitious look at family, the challenges of adolescence, the impact of climate change and irreversible transformation. The project, which won this year’s...

Valentina Maurel’s Locarno Winner ‘I Have Electric Dreams’ Explores Complexities of Family Relationships, Sexual Awakening

Valentina Maurel’s coming-of-age drama “I Have Electric Dreams” has proved a major winner on the international festival circuit and a daring work that further highlights Costa Rica’s burgeoning film scene. The...

Fatih Akin Hits Jackpot With Genre-Crossing Gangster-Rapper Movie ‘Rhinegold’

“Rhinegold,” a biopic about young Iranian-Kurdish immigrant Giwar Hajabi, also known as Xatar, who rose from being a violent drug dealer and ex-convict to one of Germany’s most successful rap stars...

Restored Sci-Fi Series ‘The Visitors’ Unveiled by Germany’s WDR

German broadcasting group WDR is traveling back in time with the newly restored 1983 cult sci-fi series “The Visitors.” The Czechoslovakian show is set in 2484, a utopian future in...

Inspired by ‘Star Trek,’ Leni Lauritsch’s Space Thriller ‘Rubikon’ Grapples With Questions of Ethics and Morality

In Leni Lauritsch’s gritty sci-fi thriller “Rubikon,” the final frontier could well be humankind’s last refuge. The film, which stars Julia Franz Richter, Georg Blagden (“Versailles”) and Mark Ivanir,...

Charlotte Gainsbourg Explains Lure of ‘The Almond and the Seahorse,’ Learning From Lars von Trier, Shooting Doc About Mother Jane Birkin

Celebrated actor and singer Charlotte Gainsbourg, speaking to an audience at the Zurich Film Festival, shared her experiences filming Celyn Jones and Tom Stern’s “The Almond and the Seahorse,” the valuable...

Penélope Cruz Encouraged Juan Diego Botto to Direct Debut Feature ‘On the Fringe,’ a Devastating Commentary on Spain’s Eviction Crisis

Juan Diego Botto’s feature film debut is a heart-breaking social drama and scathing critique of the neoliberal structures that have resulted in a catastrophic eviction crisis in Spain, where more than...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Cornerstone of HFPA, Says Helen Hoehne

Next year’s Golden Globes promises to be a major relaunch for the troubled awards show as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) continues to seek ways to reinvent the event, according...

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