A Japanese indie with the soul of a 1970s American film — a project that might've caught Hal Ashby's eye, for example — and a cast of wise-cracking slackers who'd be right at home in a movie like…
Set almost entirely in a Tehran apartment, where the action unspools virtually in real time, Nima Javidi's unnerving debut takes an incredibly relatable premise and invites audiences to speculate…
On a planet no one's ever heard of, three species no one cares about are caught in a genocidal battle for reasons no one understands. These are the so-called "Garm Wars."
At last year's Cesar Awards, three of the top contenders for France's top film prize — specifically, "Blue Is the Warmest Color," "Stranger by the Lake" and "Me, Myself and Mum" — centered on LGBT…
What's blue and white and read all over? That would be Doraemon, a time-traveling robot cat from the 22nd century who ranks as the all-time most popular comicbook (or "manga") character among…
This mesmerizing period piece, which nobly seeks to grasp the spiritual dimension of young Abraham Lincoln's formative early years, splits its attention between heaven and earth.
As a midway celebration of one of American independent cinema's most vital careers, "21 Years: Richard Linklater" makes for a disappointingly hollow hagiography: gushy, superficial and strangely…
A Japanese teen manages to stop an alien infection before it spreads to his brain, but is then forced to coexist with the mutant creature when it takes control of his right arm.
The lesser known but no less interesting Euro side of "The French Connection" story finally gets its due in Cedric Jimenez's "The Connection" (aka "La French"), a meaty, export-ready true-crime saga.
These days, it seems every country on Earth is offering incentives to attract film productions. But those wanting to shoot on another planet think of Iceland, with its 20% refund and a staggering…