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…
Disturbing Swedish drama "Granny's Dancing On The Table," from writer-helmer Hanna Skold, uses live action and stop-motion animation with voiceover narration to trace familial dysfunction and abuse…
In this period of greater nuclear tensions between Israel and Iran, who would have guessed that Israel's foreign-language Oscar submission would be mostly in Farsi?
Exuberant musical comedy from helmer Vincent Bal successfully channels the beating heart of classic Hollywood.
An appealing dramedy about five financially strapped men hired to paint the center stripe along 120 miles of Mexican state highway.
Documaker Marko Skop creates an unglamorous but full-bodied role for veteran thesp Emilia Vasaryova.
Ines Tanovic's compelling drama is Bosnia's official submission for foreign language Oscar consideration.
A glossy-looking pic with a high-concept script ripe for a remake and a cast of well-known Spanish thesps.
A hilarious, fast-paced satire with a pro-peace message, "Atomic Falafel" encompasses the Israel – Iran nuclear showdown, the internet friendship of two teens from the opposing countries, a youthful…
The story unfolds through the eyes of two 17-year-old boys, the Polish railway worker Romek (Filip Piotrowicz) and the German military policeman Guido (Jonas Nay), who both experience a shocking loss…