Samuel Kishi Leopo makes an appealing feature debut with this tender, pitch-perfect coming-of-ager.
Avi Nesher's unusual dramedy offers a stylish and amusing riff on "Chinatown" by way of "Alice in Wonderland."
Lisa Langseth draws intense and committed performances in this cathartic oddball drama about an unconventional therapy group.
A strident political message, a sitcomish/soapy narrative and an overly bright TV-style look mar this story of life under Israeli occupation.
All is not as it seems in Shahram Mokri's highly original second feature, filmed in one long, bravura shot.
A surfeit of forced lyricism undermines the natural poignancy of Rick Ostermann's drama about German orphans wandering East Prussia after WWII.
Patience and an openness to contemplation will be essential for audiences to appreciate Godfrey Reggio's black-and-white reverie.
Jasmila Zbanic's brave drama commemorates the victims of atrocities in 1990s Bosnia, making a substantial impression despite a short running time.
Rok Bicek's compelling debut explores the tensions between a group of teens and their demanding new teacher.
This character-driven, allegorical epic should resonate with niche arthouse audiences in North America.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Captain America: The Winter Soldier1Weekend:$26.6M Disney
Rio 22Weekend:$22.5M Fox
Heaven is for Real
Heaven is for Real3Weekend:$21.5M Sony / TriStar