A slightly unhinged thirtysomething journalist impulsively invites an 18-year-old runaway to stay at her place in "The Noise in My Head," a loosely observed slice-of-life drama set in contempo Geneva…
Exploring the universal appeal of Charlie Chaplin's Little Tramp, Australian helmer Kathryn Millard's modest docu "The Boot Cake" focuses on one of India's most quixotic fellowships, the Charlie…
A tepid thriller involving an incorrigible philanderer, his latest love interest and his increasingly crazy wife, who devises a culinary revenge, "Deadly Delicious" lacks the recipe for international…
"Tulpan," the feature debut of Kazakh-born documaker extraordinaire Sergey Dvortsevoy, continued its winning ways at the recently wrapped Reykjavik Intl. Film Festival.
It's been a good year so far for Icelandic directors.
The delightful deadpan comedy "O'Horten" from Norwegian helmer-scribe Bent Hamer will open the fifth Reykjavik Intl. Film Festival (RIFF) on Thursday.
A killer repping an ugly, unresolved and nearly forgotten chapter of post-WWII history confronts a cynical, amoral Everyman in "Landscape No. 2."
Somewhat old-fashioned in subject matter, symbolism and production design, Michal Rosa's "Scratch" shows how a couple's strong 40-year marriage is mortally wounded by a secret that undermines their…
"Tedium," alas, proves worthy of its title. A mix of docu and fiction, this feature bow by Iranian theater helmer Bahman Motamedian is a poorly structured mix of talking heads and awkwardly staged…
Notable for its attempt to widen the range of Czech thesp Pavel Liska's career, "The Visitor" is an enigmatic, over-aestheticized tale experienced through the eyes and ears of a mute lad living on a…
There's a formulaic feel to this tale of a smart-aleck rich kid rebelling against his family and finding friendship with a strong-willed young woman from a different social class.