The Tallinn Black Nights Festival kicked off Nov. 13 with film and other events focused on not only the Baltic region but also worldwide art cinema and indies. The organizers are also unveiling…
Elmo Nuganen's gritty war epic provides a harsh perspective on the country's painful 20th-century history.
Danish helmer Nicole Horanyi certainly found a true character in the charismatic Motley, who mixes savvy and sang-froid, along with an appealingly straightforward way of speaking.
Rigorously shot in long takes, eschewing standard narrative beats and withholding key narrative information, "Citizen" is constructed like a puzzle, but one that doesn't quite satisfy even when…
An arrogant LA business consultant with a penchant for whisky and one night stands gets a comeuppance of sorts — and ultimately regains a piece of his soul — when he returns to his Midwest roots to…
Three O. Henry-esque stories from contempo Tehran are woven together with mixed results in the drama "Wednesday, May 9," the debut feature of multi-hypenate Vahid Jalilvand.
Canadian multi-hyphenate Ryan McKenna's appealing sophomore feature establishes a languorous and surreal tone, which might be described as wondrous crossbreed of the work of his compatriots Guy…
A remarkable representation of how technology can be combined with human care to support seniors living independently.
As a lucky group of Reykjavik fest attendees earlier this month consumed a special eight-course tasting menu at the city's upscale Hotel Borg courtesy of head chef Anita Ingolfsdottir, while watching…
The inspiring, enlightening, audience-friendly pic bursting with beautiful music has been making the festival rounds for more than a year and should profitably segue into small-screen outlets and…
The third in a trilogy about Kazakh identity after "Kelin" and "The Old Man," "Stranger" offers characters that are more emblematic than flesh and blood, which makes it difficult to take a rooting…