When a Kosova woman anonymously reveals to an international journalist that she and others were raped during the war with Serbia, the fallout from this repressed secret threatens to tear apart the…
Working on multiple levels, the film is also a coming-of-age story; a portrait of the artist as a young woman who grows to understand what she wants and what is most important.
Helmer Zvonimir Juric captures the atmosphere of volatility and despair in a place where former deeds are not easily forgotten and the recent past is still a raw wound.
Estonian helmer Martti Helde's debut is an art film in every sense of the word; the extraordinary visual techniques he uses to convey a sense of being frozen in time won't be to all tastes, but those…
The lives of three characters intertwine in "Life in a Fishbowl," a strongly acted, sensitively directed drama that reps a big step forward for Icelandic director Baldvin Zophoniasson.
The imaginative and highly personal animated memoir "Rocks in My Pockets" marks a strong feature debut for Latvia-born, New York-based animator Signe Baumane, an idiosyncratic talent who dubs her…
The Grump is both an old school Everyman and a force of nature; when he is not happy, his is not the only day that is ruined.
A group of friends at a Jerusalem retirement home construct a machine for self-euthanasia in order to help a terminally ill pal in the poignant, provocative dramedy "The Farewell Party" from Israeli…
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.