Summer romance and midlife crisis fuse smoothly into a subtle and affecting whole in Paula Hernandez's quietly compelling film.
The subject of old age gets the kind of attention it deserves but is too rarely afforded in the affecting "Wrinkles."
An ambitious attempt to visualize an alienated adolescent's imaginings, "Verbo" is as confused, excitable and sharp-witted as its heroine.
From festival standouts to crowdpleasers a select list of screenings to look out for
A bizarre combination of family drama, B-movie and didactic treatise on the dangers of watching TV violence, "I Want to Be a Soldier" doesn't know what it wants to be.
The intense, remarkable life of the Chilean singer-songwriter Violeta Parra is explored with sensitivity and exquisite lightness of touch in Andres Wood's "Violeta Went to Heaven."
A dark thriller about an unhappy Barcelona apartment-block concierge set on destroying the happiness of others, "Sleep Tight" is designed to give auds sleepless nights, and mostly succeeds.
Life is a bumpy ride for the family portrayed in "Behind the Lights," Sandra Sanchez's affecting fly-on-the-wall study of a gypsy woman's struggles to keep things from falling apart.
The dying embers of a love affair are delicately raked over to haunting effect in "By the Fire," a gentle, carefully observed drama. Helmer Alejandro Fernandez Almendras revisits the rural Chilean…
Film noir and contempo Spain make a near-perfect match in the explosive "No Rest for the Wicked," the kind of movie that gives dramas about bad cops a good name.
An orchestra director's girlfriend mysteriously goes missing in the high-style, low-substance psychological thriller "Bunker." Colombian helmer Andi Baiz's ambitious follow-up to the well-received…