A southern Jutland village hides as many secrets as the nearby bog in Danish helmer Henrik Ruben Genz's "Terribly Happy."
Comedy-fantasy "Tears for Sale" unfolds in a remote mountain village without men, where two sisters under a powerful curse must find a virile male or die.
When a blonde bimbo whose superficial lifestyle hasn't required much in the way of reflection is forced to take a job at the geek shop "Astropia," a transformation takes place.
"As Simple as That" marks a milestone in current Iranian cinema as a rare realist depiction of a woman from the middle class.
Unable to speak French, an elderly Japanese painter wanders through Paris' Belleville looking for a place to sleep in tedious comedy "Monsieur Morimoto," a self-indulgent second feature from French…
The traditional lifestyle of nomadic sheep herders on the harsh Kazakh steppe provides quietly sensational drama in "Tulpan," the feature debut of Kazakh-born documaker extraordinaire Sergey…
Norwegian writer-helmer Bent Hamer's fifth feature, tragicomedy "O'Horten," returns to the domestic landscapes, offbeat humanism and stylistic quirks of his earlier work.
A single French father and his shy teen daughter discover romance during a Swedish summer holiday in modest but wistfully charming comic drama.
Familiar themes get a fresh spin in well-crafted coming-of-ager "Acne," an assured feature debut from Uruguayan writer-helmer Fernando Veiroj.
Two damaged dreamers seek their place in Iran's capital in "Lonely Tunes of Tehran," a lyrical but monologue-heavy depiction of life on the margins.
Boasting 18 characters and half as many storylines, Duane Hopkins follows his prizewinning shorts with visually distinctive first feature "Better Things."