Clearly a work of passion and scholarship, docu "Night Will Fall" is both time capsule and teaching tool.
A mild-mannered dreamer's absurd plan to spur tourism in his dying village goes spectacularly awry in Darko Lungulov's "Monument to Michael Jackson."
"Paris of the North" is a small but appealing, character-driven dramedy about emotionally handicapped men.
The village dramedy is a perennial staple of the Czech cinema, and in "Nowhere in Moravia," noted thesp and theater director Miroslav Krobot puts his own darkly humorous stamp on the genre.
A talented young sprinter risks her career by resisting the "special care" program designed to boost her competition times in the solid, well-acted drama "Fair Play."
A former kebab-shop employee and an out-of-work horoscope writer are at the center of this droll shaggy-dog story.
Tender and surprising, "Afterlife" is a low-key, absurdist coming-of-age tale that explores the relationship between an anxious twentysomething guy and his controlling father
Boasting a narrative of extraordinary complexity and density, stuffed with irony, humor and tales-within-tales, the imaginative animated memoir "Rocks in My Pockets" merges a mini-history of…
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…