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."
In "Bang and World History," veteran documaker Maj Wechselmann uses diaries, letters and published writings by taboo-breaking Swedish journalist Barbro Alving -- the pseudonymous Bang -- to paint a…
The headstrong daughter of conservative Turkish immigrants in Copenhagen tries to meet her uneducated parents' high expectations while remaining true to her private passion -- kung fu -- in "Fighter."
A victim of random violence becomes obsessed with vengeance in "Leo," the edgy feature by versatile Swedish helmer Josef Fares.
Based on a true story, this provocative, well-turned drama raises universally pertinent questions about fundamentalist thinking.