Kazakh Bauyr (Little Brother) film directed by Serik Aprimov won The Best Eastern European Film Award at the 29th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
"12 Years a Slave", the distressing tale of a man sold into slavery, was the big winner at the Baftas on Sunday, giving the Steve McQueen directed picture a huge pre-Oscars boost.
Wounded Angel, a new project of Kazakhstan film director Emir Baigazin, has won the ARTE award at the European Film Market 2014.
Nagima embraces the poignant reality of loneliness becoming an epitome of helplessness and anguish. Issabayeva’s film engulfed the viewers at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival with its grim reality.
The debut of "The Lego Movie," filled with dozens of star voices, easily beat off George Clooney's latest film, according to weekend estimates for the North American Box Office.
Kazakhstan's film Harmony Lessons directed by Emir Baigazin has been awarded with Crystal Simorgh at the 32th International Fajr Film Festival in Iran.
Breakout performances of kids in the crossfire of brutal adult life took centre stage at the 64th Berlin film festival Friday, set in 1970s Belfast and today's German capital.
Director Rithy Panh was 15 when he escaped the horror of a Cambodian labour camp under the communist Khmer Rouge. He never saw his parents or his sisters again.
For a year, the patient suffered from a range of worsening symptoms that left doctors stumped.
A lawyer for Tom Cruise poured scorn on a $1 billion lawsuit alleging that filmmakers stole a screenwriter's work to create a blockbuster "Mission: Impossible" film, calling the legal action "bizarre."
The world premiere of Wes Anderson's keenly awaited caper "The Grand Budapest Hotel" will open the 64th Berlin film festival Thursday as it joins the race for the Golden Bear top prize.
Before the Winter Olympic Games even kick off on Friday, Russian cinema-goers are savouring victories in sports-themed Kremlin-funded films, from a patriotic biopic of top athletes to a remake of "Some Like it Hot" set in Sochi.
Kazakhstan's film Harmony Lessons directed by Emir Baigazin has been awarded with the Grand-Prix at the Festival Premiers Plans in Angers, France.
Singing in rich tenor and baritone voices, cowboys doffed their hats and embraced in their underwear in the premiere of an opera adaptation of Oscar-winning film "Brokeback Mountain" in Spain.
"Pulp Fiction" and "Django Unchained" director Quentin Tarantino is on the warpath, after someone leaked his latest screenplay, prompting him to scrap plans to make it as his next film.
Buy your ticket to an art house movie, order a glass of wine and kick back on century-old seats: Vienna's half a dozen old picture houses still draw crowds with their retro charm.
A Dutch company has offered their assistance in production of a film about famous Kazakhstan cyclist Alexandr Vinokourov.
The Alfonso Cuaron film "Gravity" and the harrowing historical drama "12 Years a Slave" shared the top prize Sunday at the Producers Guild of America (PGA), a first for the awards.
Police comedy "Ride Along" made its debut at the top of the North American box office, arresting viewers' attention over the US holiday weekend, industry estimates showed Sunday.
Harmony Lessons by Kazakhstan film director Emir Baigazin was acknowledged the best movie of 2morrow film festival in Russia.
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