Italian director Roberto Minervini's documentary-like portrait depicts a segment of Texas society where guns, livestock and the Holy Bible rank as the most important priorities in life.
A plodding Argentine potboiler that examines the country's history of harboring Nazis after WWII, "Wakolda" leadenly reverse-engineers its plot from a reveal most will know from the get-go.
Variety's critics agree to disagree on the best and worst of the fest's 66th edition.
If Larry Clark went to the French island of Corsica and made a film, it might look an awful lot like this sexy adolescent thriller.
Stereoscopic cinema desperately needs some wild, artistic directors to experiment with the format, though this clumsy omnibus amounts to little more than a vanity commission by the town of Guimaraes…
Although Watkins handles everything from wedding parties to Oscar bookings, her specialty is press junkets.
In the vein of "Sin nombre," this incredible cross-country journey provides a less schematic, yet equally striking ground-level view of four teens traveling from Central America to the U.S. border by…
Cementing himself as the great classicist of his generation, James Gray turns back the clock to 1921 for a romantic tale that cuts to the very soul of the American experience.
Kristin Scott Thomas easily upstages Ryan Gosling's near-catatonic turn in this reunion of "Drive" director and star.
Docu helmer's technique blends flashes of melodrama with such naturalistic choices as shooting on location and working mostly with non-actors, resulting in a challenging fiction/nonfiction hybrid…
Set to unspool Stateside on HBO, "Behind the Candelabra" is the most bigscreen-worthy film Steven Soderbergh has made since "Che."