Structured like a set of interspersed, but not interconnected, short films, sophomore outing for helmer Ruben Ostlund features characters ranging from teens to the late-middle-age.
Following on from "The Grudge," Sarah Michelle Gellar stars in another yet remake of an Asian horror pic with "Possession."
Yelena Nikolayeva's late '90s-set Russian dramedy "Vanechka" is willing to see the lighter side of woefully underfunded state orphanages.
Brit helmer Terence Davies returns to filmmaking with "Of Time and the City," a highly personal film essay about his hometown, Liverpool.
French docu "Modern Life" reps another moving installment in an ongoing series by veteran documaker Raymond Depardon.
A troubled teenager joins a racist skinhead gang, which necessarily estranges him from his black best friend and his own Jewish father in "Skin."
A heroin addict and the lonely car dealer whom he just tried to burgle end up taking an eventful road trip together in Belgian thesp-helmer Bouli Lanners' small but damn-near perfectly formed…
Brit helmer Thomas Clay's sophomore feature, "Soi Cowboy," demonstrates a growing maturity.
A subject that might have repped just another docu about a war atrocity is transmuted via novel use of animation into something special, strange and peculiarly potent.
A misanthropic drama about an adman who starts telling his friends and family what he really thinks of them.
Considerable thesping talents of Colm Meaney, Imelda Staunton, and Antony Sher are wasted in this inauspicious helming debut for Jonathan Gershfield.