There are barely enough hours in the day for Israel-born, Berlin-based helmer Noaz Deshe, winner of the Venice fest "Lion of the Future" for his debut "White Shadow," to fit in his multiple projects…
Slovenian helmer Rok Bicek, at the Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival with "Class Enemy," which plays as part of the Variety Critics' Choice program, is about to enter post-production on his first…
The unhealthily symbiotic relationship of two sisters is explored in intense, naturalistic fashion in "Next to Her," a strikingly lensed debut feature from Israeli helmer Asaf Korman.
A solid celebration of Menachem Golan, Yoram Globus and their famous filmmaking empire.
Three orphaned siblings fight a corrupt bureaucracy in order to keep a roof over their heads in "The Owners," the small but scrappy third feature from prize-winning Kazakh writer-director Adilkhan…
Stephane Lafleur's sweetly absurd, wrly comic third feature is shot on black-and-white 35mm.
'BIG' ROLE: Israeli thesp Tzahi Grad blow-torched his way into audiences' minds last year in Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado's "Big Bad Wolves," a blackly comic thriller. The film was a hit on…
An engaging, well-researched history of jazz music in director Batu Aykol's homeland.
Maria Gamboa's debut feature is a straightforward social-issues drama told with passion and sincerity.
Josef Wladyka makes a rocky debut with this tale of two impoverished Colombian fishermen who turn to transporting drugs for cash.