This involving, naturalistic period piece, full of tension and immediacy, satisfyingly exploits the conventions of the late-era Western as well as its ruggedly majestic landscapes.
This angst-ridden drama treats loaded subject matter -- homosexuality, priests who break their vows -- in a way that feels far past its sell-by date in the West.
A Kurdish Iraqi village lad is obliged to avenge family honor when his older sister runs away from an arranged marriage, in Norwegian helmer Hisham Zaman's drama "Before Snowfall."
Mixing a variety of visual and aural materials, this lyrical, experimental, semi-fictionalized mood piece is a specialty item that will appeal most strongly to fests and the cinematheque circuit.
This year, Berlin's honorary Golden Bear for lifetime achievement goes to French filmmaker Claude Lanzmann, justly celebrated for his monumental documentary "Shoah" (1985), an investigative memorial…
A corporate headhunter battling alcoholism and marital problems suffers a literal and figurative meltdown while on the job in "Houston," the second feature from German helmer-scribe Bastian Gunther…
A young woman's promising future is threatened when she becomes pregnant out of wedlock, and the man she hoped to marry turns out to be a cad, in didactic drama "Wajma (An Afghan Love Story)."
A naive farming couple from the picturesque but impoverished rice-growing region of Banaue, northern Philippines, come to grief in the crime-ridden capital in Brit helmer Sean Ellis's polished…
Alicia Scherson's surreal, inventively lensed third feature is a moody head-scratcher adapted from Roberto Bolano's not-yet-translated-into-English novel "Una novelita lumpen."
Sebastian Junger's docu "Which Way Is the Front Line From Here?" offers a moving requiem for his "Restrepo" co-director, the late photojournalist and filmmaker Tim Hetherington.
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