Argentine helmer Martin Rejtman makes a predictably unpredictable return to features after a 10-year hiatus with "Two Shots Fired."
Docu helmer Gabriel Mascaro makes his fiction feature debut with "August Winds," an atmospheric, meditative drama with nonfiction elements set in Brazil's northeastern Alagoas state.
This ultra-light comic item from Malaysia's Liew Seng Tat is loaded with racially problematic scenes and homophobic gags.
Jasmila Zbanic's cringe-worthy "Love Island" is a misfire on all counts.
A young Arab in Israel struggles to find his place and an identity amid necessary compromises in Eran Riklis' "Dancing Arabs," a film designed to make Jews -- not just Israelis -- comfortable with…
Tiger orange, the color, is meant to be "the loudest thing on the block"; "Tiger Orange," the film, isn't nearly so brash.
A tempest of far greater proportions than a teacup has been brewing in Bulgaria in recent months thanks to "Uncle Tony, Three Fools and the Secret Service."
Omar A. Razzak's low-budget docu about Madrid's last porn cinema is a winning if slight festival crowdpleaser.
Former investment banker Rainer Voss gets his closeup in Marc Bauder's riveting documentary.
As the Istanbul Film Festival came to a successful close in April, a palpable chill was settling over Turkey's cinema sector. Arbitrary censorship rulings have many in the filmmaking community…