Artfully incorporating his 2001 short "Old Love" into a longer narrative that draws on two other Isaac Bashevis Singer tales, helmer Jan Schutte's "Love Comes Lately" focuses on an elderly writer and…
The case for publisher Barney Rosset's place as a hero in post-war America's battle for freedom of expression is persuasively argued in "Obscene." Fascinating feature docu bow of Neil Ortenberg and…
Combining the unhinged romanticism of "Wuthering Heights" with leitmotifs from Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen," overwrought pic frequently over-reaches, but nevertheless reps a confidant…
A powerful argument against impetuous decisions, be they to join the military or to attack a country, "Body of War" juxtaposes the dawning political consciousness of a disabled vet with painfully…
The spirits of Aegean refugees, suicides and unbaptized babies haunt the unhappy protag of "Shadows" until he learns the way to give them eternal peace. With this, his third feature, Macedonian…
Determined to live on her own terms, a feisty, active nonagenarian designs some mischief in Polish helmer Dorota Kedzierzawska's highly aestheticized "Time to Die."
Shot in part during the 2006 summer war between Hezbollah and Israel which devastated Lebanon's infrastructure and civilian population, the docu-fiction road movie "Under the Bombs" plays like a cri…
A fatherless boy tries to tempt fate in "Tricks," a pitch-perfect portrait of working class life in a provincial town -- and of growing up as the much younger brother of an adored older sister.
An opaque headscratcher that attempts to mirror the detached, stunned state of a bereaved man whose wife died in a plane crash.
This Central Asia-set historical epic boasts breathtaking landscapes, bloody battles, and unique traditions.
An honors student turns into a high school version of Heidi Fleiss when clients request more than child-minding services in the indie misfire "The Babysitters."