A brother and sister cursed with special powers live in a rural farmhouse encircled by a tall, impenetrable wall in the enticingly conceptual North Carolina-based indie "One & Two."
Set in Mexico during the "10 days that shook" Russia's greatest silent filmmaker, "Eisenstein in Guanajuato" marks Peter Greenaway's raucous attempt to capture his all-time cinema idol at his moment…
Save for a mention in Arthur Conan Doyle's "His Last Bow," precious little is known about the latter years of Sherlock Holmes: "We heard of you as living the life of a hermit among your bees and your…
Well, we've officially reached the mid-point of the 2015 Berlin Film Festival, although the most hotly anticipated event in this cold, cold town is still another day away.
Three characters with fundamentally different perspectives on the human body converge in Polish director Malgorzata Szumowska's "Body," whose peculiar sense of humor and competing points of view make…
Gustav Klimt may have been celebrated for his gilded portraits of elegant Austrian ladies, but that doesn't necessarily mean the same approach suits "Woman in Gold," director Simon Curtis' garish…
America's Second Amendment inadvertently serves to keep Mexican drug cartels stocked with U.S.-made, military-grade artillery in "600 Miles," an understated, astutely gauged look at the way weapons…
When Mark Christopher's "54" came out in the summer of 1998, the film had been so heavily reshot, re-edited and retooled that producer Dolly Hall took to calling it "55."
The world is full of men content to spend their lives within a few miles of where they were born, men who will love one woman, learn one language and go to their graves hardly having dreamed at all.
Don't know where to start with the jumbo-sized Berlin festival lineup? Join "The Club," as the latest film from Oscar-nominated "No's" director Pablo Larrain is called. The good news is that this…