Oddball coming-of-ager centers on a French teenager with a hyperactive imagination.
A sharp-tongued, alcoholic, out-of-work architect tries to change her situation to enervating results.
Shot a few weeks after the January 2009 Israeli offensive in Gaza ended, the compelling, sensitively crafted docu "Aisheen (Still Alive in Gaza)," focuses on daily survival.
Documaker Anne Linsel's joyful portrait illuminates the participants' emotional journey.
Pic follows the second-class treatment of women in Israel's ultra-Orthodox community.
Another observational docu from respected French helmer Nicolas Philibert.
A Tehrani man snaps and turns sniper in this low-key feature.
Gay fest stalwart Sebastien Lifshitz spins another variation on his themes and visual predilections.
Viewers expecting a thriller -- or genre film of any sort -- will be disappointed by "The Robber."
After a perversely fascinating first half, a darkly comic psychodrama goes plain psycho in "Bad Family," the third feature from Finnish writer-helmer Aleski Salmenpera ("Producing Adults"). At first…
Broad in more ways than one, colorfully styled blue-collar comedy "The Hairdresser" from vet German helmer Doris Doerrie ("Cherry Blossoms") marks her first outing with someone else's script.