Claws are definitely extended in "Good Cats," a sharp satire revealing the dark side of China's economic miracle that goes for blood and gets it too.
Clearly the result of meticulous research, Lukas Pribyl's moving "Forgotten Transports: To Estonia" bears witness to some little-told stories of the Holocaust.
The conversations of an aging father and his 40-ish son provide fodder for poignant comic drama as they perambulate the peaceful (and pub-filled) urban landscapes of Prague in "Of Parents and…
The road to perdition is paved with drugs, violence, rough sex and loud music in helmer Rene Vilbre's downbeat Estonian youth pic "I Was Here."
Arriving nearly 20 years past its sell-by date, the broad political comedy "Mao Tse Tung," from Albanian helmer Besnik Bisha, comes off as a repetitive, self-consciously colorful curio.
Imagine Kimberly Peirce's "Boys Don't Cry" with a happy ending and a European Afterschool Special tone and you'll get a sense of the flavor of "To Faro."
Multiple miseries come to a boil for a caddish architect who's spent years waffling between his tart-tongued wife and his long-suffering mistress in Croatian helmer Zrinko Ogresta's banal drama…
Like Daniel Mendelsohn's nonfiction bestseller "The Lost," docu "The Green Dumpster Mystery," from multihyphenate Tal Haim Yoffe, vividly evokes the now-extinguished lives of an extended family…
Traumatized by her father's death, a young professional attempts to revive her numbed feelings by performing increasingly loathsome stunts.
Motherhood on a Russian collective dairy farm hasn't many charms in this rarefied reflection on hard-scrabble living.
Relationships thrive on white lies rather than complete candor in the breezy, smoothly performed French comedy of manners "True Enough," the third feature from helmer/co-writer/thesp Sam Karmann.