Chilean documentary filmmaker Patricio Guzman shows he's still as strong a nonfiction alchemist as ever.
Boyd van Hoeij
A sullen Singapore teen tries to make sense of his family's and the city-state's checkered history in "Sandcastle," a poignant feature debut from 25-year-old scribe-helmer Boo Junfeng. Belying his…
Too arty for K-horror buffs and too grisly and nonsensical for world-cinema aficionados.
The tale of the three Magi gets another extreme arthouse makeover in "Little Baby Jesus of Flandr."
A white art student from Nassau falls for a local black islander in this Bahamian gay romancer.
With Bela Tarr's "The Turin Horse" not ready in time for Cannes, the Croisette turns its attention to a younger crop of Hungarian directors this year.
Never coming close to the comparative slickness and smooth direction of actors in the first seg.
Bland-looking Scandi crimer benefits from edge-of-your-seat pacing.
Two equally bleak futures are in store for an aimless Italo youth in "One Life, Maybe Two."
The decades-old secret of a Gallic paterfamilias is at the heart of "Family Tree."
Euro co-workers at a high-end eatery in Switzerland let their feelings slowly come to a boil.