A docu about how funeral directors in Lodz, Poland, may have conspired with ambulance drivers to cull more corpses sounds like miserable viewing. But Swedish co-helmers Fredrik von Krusenstjerna and…
Dutch helmer Renzo Martens may be a prankster, a genius or a fool when he tries to persuade Congolese locals they should turn their poverty into a commodity. But that's the gist of his provocative…
The unequal wealth of nations is explored in Austrian docu-helmer Erwin Wagenhofer's timely, worthy, but too generalist "Let's Make Money."
A married, middle-aged Russian woman living in rural Blighty considers throwing it all in for a hunky fellow countryman in "The Season of Mists."
Baggily structured, but still engaging and occasionally insightful, British drama "Cass" recounts the story of real-life soccer hooligan Cass Pennant.
There's a whiff of aged aquatic life about the fish-out-of-water tale "Wild Child," but that still won't stop Working Title's junior romantic comedy from smelling as sweet as sugar cookies to its…
Strikingly assembled and charmingly offbeat, Brit verite docu "Sleep Furiously" pays elegiac tribute to the fast-disappearing way of life of farmers in western Wales.
Unrelentingly macho, violent and a bit of a hoot, sci-fi actioner "Terra Nova" looks set to be the next Russian B.O. smash when it bows in late August. Made on a big (for Russia) budget alleged to be…