To judge from the films I saw in Gdynia, younger filmmakers and their audiences tend, perhaps inevitably, to be more preoccupied with the personal and the domestic than with politics or the past.
Sara Hirsh Bordo's cheerfully upbeat documentary offers an engaging if heavily sugared portrait of a courageous woman triumphing over a disfiguring genetic mutation that prevents her from gaining…
With five life partners and seven children under his belt along with a vast film oeuvre of surpassingly Gallic fluffiness, Claude Lelouch is back to let us know he's still a fool for love. Well…
Jerusalem in Imax 3D with a topping of Benedict Cumberbatch — that's a pretty big dessert of branding. The richly plummy vowels of His Royal Cumberness are mostly window dressing on this…
In the context of genocide, almost any individual survival story can sound like fantasy fiction.
This mawkish bummer about an ill-used teenage boy wandering around a surreally forbidding Helsinki is marred by a facile nihilism that trivializes the urban alienation it seeks to illuminate.
Someday an enterprising film-festival programmer will stage a retrospective of "The Full Monty" remakes retooled for nations with bleak economies and downtrodden citizens who worship at the altar of…
When high-school bros go deep into the woods armed with hunting rifles and expanding torsos, there will be blood, along with plentiful inclement weather.
Had she relied solely on archival footage of Nigeria, Joanna Lipper's "The Supreme Price" would count as a solid if familiar primer on the struggle for democracy in Africa's most populous nation.
An uneven, intermittently charming indie romantic comedy.
Wes Ball's feature debut builds solidly to an exciting battle finale and a big reveal that doubles as coming-of-age parable.