Following his youthful gay-themed films "Greek Pete" and "Weekend," and HBO's "Looking," British writer-director Andrew Haigh ventures onto fresh ground with his maturely assured third…
The director of the grisly British genre pictures "Creep" and "Severance" makes an unexpected segue into cheery comedy fare with the amiably rough-around-the edges "Get Santa."
The personal experience of looking after one's aging parents rings achingly true in "Radiator," the directorial debut of Tom Browne, co-writer of 2001's "The Nine Lives of Tomas Katz."
The Cold War may be over, but our planet is no safer from the dangers of escalating nuclear conflict, according to "War Book."
The current flow of U.K. comedy talent from smallscreen to big continues with this middling laffer.
Hardly setting the bar for originality with its fish-out-of-water antics, and even more reliant on nudity and bodily fluids for the big comic setpieces, "The Inbetweeners 2" happily dissolves such…
Matthew Warchus turns an inspirational true story of Thatcher-era community activism into a deft crowdpleaser.
Laurent Becue-Renard's rigorous war-trauma documentary provides vital testimony.
Thomas Lilti draws on his own medical experience in this low-key comedy-drama.
Brit pop-promo helmer Daniel Wolfe impresses with a northern English Western.
This slice of French social realism keeps it all in the family.