"Farewell Gulsary" is based on a story by recently deceased Krygyzstan author Chinghiz Aitmatov that was filmed in 1968.
Iran-born, Vienna-based TV and docu vet Arash T. Riahi's assured "For a Moment, Freedom" is yet another immigrant-in-peril border-crossing tale.
Breezy tale of two dudes vying for a comely lass in the northern Mexican city of Monterrey is nearly dialogue-free, driven simply by the desires, voyeuristic gazes and favored "Colombiano" soundtrack…
A bit of a letdown after her insidiously clever 2002 debut, "He Loves Me ... He Loves Me Not," thesp-turned-writer-director Laetitia Colombani's sophomore feature takes a mildly satiric look at…
A black-and-white slice of culty quasihorror fantasy more akin to "Eraserhead" than recent tongue-in-cheek scare pics, Quebecois "Truffe" provides a brisk walk on the odd side for adventuresome genre…
Thesp-turned-writer-director Laetitia Colombani's sophomore feature takes a mildly satiric look at celebrity culture and the French film industry itself.
Recalling gritty 1970s character studies like "Cutter's Way" and "Rafferty and the Gold Dust Twins," Stephane Gehami's debut, "Straight to the Heart," offers plenty of scruffy appeal as it charts a…
Finely wrought drama "The Necessities of Life" was inspired by a tuberculosis epidemic that broke out in the Inuit population of Canada's Far North in the 1940s and '50s.
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