Film provides some undemanding thrills that will entertain cineastes and genre fans.
A headstrong adolescent falls in love with an illegal Afghan worker in the concise drama "Heiran."
Ambitious two-part doc is fascinating and frustrating, packed with interesting clips and theories.
This overlong, repetitive social-problem drama is more akin to a TV soap opera.
Indie oddity purports to document a mental hospital offering video therapy for the criminally insane.
Beloved French actress Fanny Ardant broadens her professional credits with writing and helming debut "Ashes and Blood."
An intense, restrained drama about a married butcher who falls in love with a seductive younger man in Jerusalem's insular ultra-orthodox community.
Has youthful energy aplenty and a great jazz-pop soundtrack, but won't find many prospects offshore.
A 9-year-old Franco-Japanese girl in Paris slowly comes to terms with her parents' separation.
Pic strings an improvised tale around Tehran's underground indie-rock scene.
Four overweight friends decide to start a sumo wrestling club.