Israeli TV correspondent Shlomi Eldar's personal, provocative docu offers a feast for debate.
This powerful, nuanced drama offers a microcosm of Israel's social problems.
A subject bursting with potential gets mediocre treatment in helmer Huseyin Tabak's protracted docu.
A provocative and intermittently amusing mockumentary from Belgian helmer Frederic Sojcher.
Best suited for upscale audiences with knowledge of Euro history, pic could find further fest play.
When a meek, middle-aged janitor, accidentally left behind on a soccer-team outing, teams with an advice-spouting holdup man, he eventually finds the path to a happier, more confident self in…
Specialized Euro exposure and further fest travel are in the cards.
Rates an A for effort but fails to provide fresh insights or dramatic substance.
An uneasy mix of rough sex, politics and Islamic philosophy.
Asentimental but ultimately affecting fable about loneliness, responsibility and human goodness.
Danis Tanovic revisits the milieu of his first (and best) film, "No Man's Land," in "Cirkus Columbia."