A light, funny coming-of-ager set in the endearingly un-hip retirement community of Hollywood, Fla.
An Iranian paradox: Officially, many things are not permitted, yet with Persian ingenuity, almost everything is possible.
A CIA man takes a special-ops team on a mysterious mission in Afghanistan just after 9/11 in "The Objective," from Daniel Myrick.
A Sydney suburb is home to lives of quiet desperation in Oz director-writer Christopher Weekes' debut feature "Bitter & Twisted."
Set against the historical backdrop of Australia's penal colonies and unsolved disappearances in the Tasmanian wilderness, the stylish but derivative horror-thriller "Dying Breed," from debuting Oz…
Emmy-nominated director Judd Ehrlich dishes up another character-driven Gotham docu with the story of Fred Lebow.
Women's soccer establishes a cultural bridge between Tehran and Berlin in "Football Undercover."
A naive Australian sets out to marry a sheltered Pakistani in "Donkey in Lahore," a study in patience from Iran-born, Oz-based director Faramarz K-Rahber.
A police sergeant and the prisoner he's bringing to justice are stranded in the holy city of Mashhad during a snowstorm in made-for-TV meller "The Night."
The angel of death befriends a lonely Tehrani youth in the bizarre but occasionally affecting meller "Music Box," from helmer Farzad Motamen.
A lyrical portrait of a remote Persian Gulf fishing village where smuggling of consumer products -- and people -- has changed the traditional way of life.