Casting a rueful eye on the naive ideals and narcissistic excesses of the flower-power era, Gudny Halldorsdottir's period drama "The Quiet Storm" examines a miscarriage of justice and exhumes some…
A woman previously devoted to work and family takes time to pursue her private passion, writing.
Helmer Manijeh Hekmat returns with a strong, naturalistic drama about Iranian women searching for their roots amid questions about their country's heritage.
Family bonds are stretched to the breaking point in Swedish helmer Miko Lazic's slick, soap opera-like thriller "Iscariot."
Two couples are bound together by fate in Austrian writer-director Goetz Spielmann's taut thriller "Revanche."
Tehran's 26th Fajr International Film Festival, organized by the state-run Farabi Cinema Foundation, wrapped on Feb. 11 with awards for national cinema contenders after an edition plagued with more…
Unexpected confessions complicate a woman's secret plan to leave her dead-end existence in dreary New Belgrad.
Effervescent comedy "Happy-Go-Lucky" offers a contempo slice-of-life seen through the eyes of free-spirited north London primary teacher,
A tragic accident provides an excuse for a dysfunctional family to relive past grudges and grievances.
Deeply humanistic story set among Iran's underprivileged explores how capitalism and technology corrupts man.
A bullied misfit finds his destiny with a mysterious girl vampire in idiosyncratic romantic horror fantasy "Let The Right One In."