The search for a long-neglected novelty Filipino movie star is a winding, digressive road that eventually leads to the door of Imelda Marcos herself.
Low-key first feature for Esra Saydam and Nisan Dag — like their heroine, U.S.-based Turkish expats — is ultimately rewarding in its climactic confrontations and attractive packaging.
An initially arresting road trip for some off-the-wall characters that takes its sweet time going nowhere in particular.
The creation of the third official screen "Moreau" was beset by disasters even more bizarre than the delirious mess of a feature released in 1996.
A 40-years-later sequel of sorts, Wayne Price's docu finds a fresh crop of singer-songwriters outside the industry mainstream in Nashville.
Director David R.L.'s debut feature is neat exercise in extracting maximum value from minimal funds, a single location and (for the most part) just one actor.
A new framing device only muddles further what was already--as "Shuttlecock" in 1991--a polished but convoluted, emotionally remote misfire.
Anyone would have to admire the singularity of vision required to steer such a willfully silly project over a long, long haul.
Tolga Karacelik's psychological thriller with eventual supernatural elements is intriguing enough, but slow-moving and insufficiently atmospheric.
Docu avoid both excessive cronyism and soapboxing as it traverses from a portrait of helmer's comedic mentor to something that could scarcely be less of a laughing matter.
The short, unhappy life of legendary grunge band Nirvana's driving force gets probably-definitive screen treatment.