Nicaraguan-born former Florida National Guard soldier and conscientious objector Camilo Mejia is profiled by 80-year-old German helmer Peter Lilienthal in the probing, timely docu "Camilo: The Long…
A 10-year-old boy flees early 1980s Buenos Aires with his parents, landing among eccentrics in a Berlin industrial loft in the gently quirky autobiographical drama "My Mother's Tears."
Effectively elusive, "The Red Spot" is an ultimately inscrutable drama about reconciling the past by disturbing the present. Helmer Marie Miyayama's debut feature prefers silent glances to dialogue…
Less an exploration of John F. Kennedy the man and president than an extended, talking-head-filled lament on what's happened to American politics since November 1963 (not much good, is the…
An Israeli role-reversal spin on "The Way We Were," curio "Whispering Embers" simmers arch melodrama with low comedy, but its good intentions are undone by an uneven tone and stilted perfs…
"The Heroes from the Neighborhood" quietly and effectively spices up the sudser form.
Another legendary 1970s-era concert sees the light of day through the miracle of technology in the joyously funky docu "Soul Power."
A widescreen black-and-white genre thrill ride navigating a stylized 1960s Sofia underworld, "Zift," from Bulgarian theater vet and first-time helmer Javor Gardev, stakes out a style somewhere…
A naive, between-the-wars French painter is brought to vivid life in the satisfying fact-inspired drama "Seraphine."
A journey by van from Spain to Morocco reveals the plight of the African migrant in the social-issue drama "Return to Hansala."
An ingratiating opposites-attract comedy cursed with an anticlimactic third act, "My Mother, My Bride and I" tells of a forlorn gas station proprietor who juggles his manipulative nurturer and a…