A haunting, poetic portrait of childhood solitude that brings to mind resonant mood pieces such as Lynne Ramsay's "Ratcatcher" and Dorota Kedzierzawska's "The Crows."
Three best friends from Berlin take extreme measures to become famous in the absurdly horrific media satire "Short Cut to Hollywood."
After winning a free car in an advertising promotion, a poor provincial teen finds it comes with a hefty emotional pricetag.
"Beeswax," the third feature from American indie auteur Andrew Bujalski ("Funny Ha Ha," "Mutual Appreciation"), offers yet another low-key take on twentysomethings finding their way.
Proving a strong documentary requires more than a camera and a TV commission, "Letters to the President" has nothing new or significant to say.
The tragicomic misadventures of a Belarusian migrant laborer considerably overstay their welcome in "Help Gone Mad."
"Pink" is a slight, languidly paced modern fairy tale that oh-so-mildly sends up domestic stereotypes.
Cardboard characters and severe problems of tone fatally flaw this awkward relationship drama.
"North" follows an anxious, dejected 30-year-old as he reluctantly journeys through spectacular arctic landscapes.
A continent-hopping drama about parents, globalization and the disconnect between rich and poor.
Gorgeous, painterly images (shot with a 1920x1080-format HD camera) of fields, forests and running water contrast with the ugly, ordered confines of suburbia.