Breaking up is hard to do in Barcelona-set minimalist drama "About Crying."
Debuting helmer Jorge Cramez makes the cliched storyline more appealing than it sounds, by injecting some ambiguity into the narrative.
Shot and constructed in a highly stylized manner, but with realistic, semi-improvised perfs, pic is not as emotionally engaging as helmer Mijke de Jong's previous effort.
The ninth edition of the Motovun Film Festival wrapped late Friday night, following a five-day movie marathon comprising some 80 features and shorts.
The 13th edition of the Sarajevo Film Festival unspools Aug. 17-25, but the Balkan event has no need to be superstitious as pics from the region have been generating heat on the fest circuit in the…
Brutal bullying catalyzes a high school massacre in the harrowing teen drama "The Class."
Acknowledging past crimes leads to painful redemption in the earnest Polish meller "Facing Up."
A Special Forces unit on a mysterious mission commandeers a bickering couple's cramped apartment in "Horror Which Is Always With You."
"Upside Down" aspires to the social criticism of the 1960s Yugoslav "Black Wave,"
A Special Forces unit on a mysterious mission commandeers a couple's cramped apartment.