"Together" demonstrates how badly China needs a documentary to help address discrimination toward its growing HIV-positive population.
A poignant story just begging to be remade, "The Ways of Wine" is presented in peculiar mock-doc style.
A needlessly complicated but otherwise Hollywood-slick indictment of corruption at every level of Korea's infrastructure.
Europe continues to expunge its guilt over the anti-Semitism of WWII in "My Best Enemy."
Every film festival experiences an off year now and then. Sometimes there just aren't enough good movies out there, or the pics the programmers responded to simply don't click with the critics. The…
The world could use more films about characters entering their sunset years, but not this one.
Director Joshua Marston applies his accessible indie style to an exotically set story.
Lee Yoon-ki's minimalist depiction of the world's most civil breakup almost defies interest entirely.
In "Dinner for Schmucks," the mice steal the show.
A fresh and immensely likable romance that builds to the moment its central characters meet.
Bela Tarr's reportedly final film is an apocalyptically bleak statement about the futility of it all.