"Vinyan" is a convoluted genre exercise that doesn't go down as smoothly as the long list of co-producers undoubtedly hoped.
The story of a protective father's overweening love for his mentally unstable daughter plays out against the backdrop of fascist Italy in Pupi Avati's 37th feature,
Vet docu-essayist Avi Mograbi permits his personal ideology, interests and, per usual, onscreen seriocomic musings to overpower "Z32," an idiosyncratic take on soldiers' traumatic memories of horrors…
As frothy as the eponymous subject's evening gowns, debuting director (and Vanity Fair journo) Matt Tyrnauer's observational docu frequently plays like an extended Fashion Channel segment crossed…
A selfish youth's thoughtless act creates unexpected consequences for several of his Oslo neighbors in this mannered multistrand drama.
When a celebrated violinist dies suddenly, his grieving widow discovers some secrets he never shared, in this smoothly directed dramatic ensembler from Slovenian writer-director Metod Pevec.
When a celebrated violinist dies suddenly, his grieving widow discovers some secrets he never shared, in smoothly directed dramatic ensembler "Estrellita" from Slovenian writer-director Metod Pevec.
More interested in atmosphere than in story, Faur presents the milieus of two sets of marginal characters: the alienated teenagers and the criminally inclined cabbies, and shows what might have led…
A high-concept experiment in style and structure melds surprisingly well with a gripping crime tale in "Dot," the fifth feature from Turkish auteur Dervis Zaim.
In "We've Never Been to Venice," a road trip becomes grief therapy for a young couple overwhelmed into stony silence by their loss. The overall concept might have played better as a short, but as…
An Ashkenazi Jew's transformation into one of the most influential thinkers of modern Islam is explored in Austrian helmer Georg Misch's provocative docu.