Grim but punchy WWII adventure "Manhunt" finds desperate times calling for desperate measures deep in the forests of Axis-occupied Poland.
A love story between octogenarians, "Coming of Age" avoids the mawkishness and condescending cuteness often brought to such stories, arriving at a clear-eyed result that's touchingly real.
Though not particularly deep, this enterprising indie drama does an admirable job pacing the limited bounds of its character triangle.
This psychological quasi-thriller isn't ingenious or weighty enough for arthouse slots, nor suspenseful enough to scare up much mainstream bigscreen trade. Still, offshore tube and VOD buyers might…
Late American writer Glenway Wescott's classic 1945 novel "Apartment in Athens" is faithfully brought to the screen.
There's about as much depth as it sounds like there should be in Brazilian-Dutch co-production "Artificial Paradises," a two-ships-passing-in-the-night romance.
This footnote to Werner Fassbinder's ouevre should intrigue the many arthouse types still fascinated by the director's films and life.
Prasanna Vithnage's latest feature is a slow-moving but ultimately touching drama about a marriage doomed by ethnic conflict.
In "Shifting the Blame," a vicious juvenile thug's rehabilitation is complicated when the woman he'd assaulted turns out to be house mother at the experimental correction facility he's sent to.
Another pulse-taking of a Germany still in recovery from -- and in thrall to -- the far-left terrorism of the 1970s, "The Weekend" reunites former radicals when their last comrade is released from…
"Downtown Express" is a polished indie that goes in one ear and out the other.