Attempting to bridge the gap between what American military personnel experience in Iraq and what their families at home understand, gung-ho personal docu "Brothers at War," from debut helmer Jake…
In the tradition of charming, character-driven comedies such as "Local Hero," sprightly romp "Small Crime" centers on a tightly wound novice cop assigned to a sleepy Greek island where nothing much…
A simple but transcendent story about faith and human frailty achieves a state of grace in "Letters to Father Jacob."
Although burdened by an unappealing title and comparisons to transgressive domestic blockbuster "The Art of Negative Thinking" (with which it shares actor Fridtjov Saheim and challenges to…
Structured as a mock docu, this brightly designed feature debut by vet stunt coordinator Alison Reid offers feisty, sometimes lowbrow fun. Incorporating the real-life pregnancies of its game leading…
The title "Kashmir: Journey to Freedom" refers to a nonviolent resistance movement founded by a new generation of Muslim Kashmiris to achieve independence from India and Pakistan and a return to…
A strong performance by rising star Malin Crepin and some hot sex scenes lift "In Your Veins" slightly above the average junkie drama.
In the run-of-the-mill, Zurich-set ensembler "Happy New Year," the title holiday sparks some new opportunities for those bold enough to grab them.
A Copenhagen seventh-grader winningly copes with comic traumas in "Max Embarrassing."
Cleverly riffing on "Little Red Riding Hood," charming all-ages drama "Who's Afraid of the Wolf" looks at serious family matters from the perspective of a 6-year-old girl. Tightly scripted…
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."