The pernicious effect of bullying is the theme of "The King of Pigs," a South Korean animation that's as tough as its title suggests and then some.
Although it doesn't offer a new chapter for the war-is-hell playbook, "The Front Line" is a solid if overlong chronicle of a South Korean unit slogging it out near the 38th parallel during the…
Pic is a good, old-fashioned war movie with spectacular action, a cast of thousands and a decent love story holding it all together.
India-U.S. co-production "Patang," a family drama set in Ahmedabad by helmer Prashant Bhargava, has claimed the Halekulani Golden Orchid Award for narrative feature at the 31st Hawaii International…
The unbreakable will of a poor mother who wants to take her children to the big top is the potent force driving "Watch Indian Circus."
Current trends in Filipino indie cinema are lampooned in "The Woman in the Septic Tank," a lively laffer about cynical filmmakers planning a "poverty porn" drama solely for the purpose of scoring…
Nifty martial-arts moves and shots of smart satire are undercut by muddled plotting and a running time that's far too long for the slim story of "The Sword Identity."
"Golden Slumbers" is an elegantly assembled and deeply moving remembrance of Cambodian cinema, which shone brightly from 1960 to 1975 with more than 400 productions before the genocidal Khmer Rouge…
South Korean auteur Roh Gyeong-tae inches closer to conventional storytelling with "Black Dove," an austere mood piece about the repercussions of a hit-and-run accident.
Aussie helmer Robert de Young's docu offers a straightforward, satisfying look at its subject's colorful and frequently troubled life.
A transvestite sex worker is confronted by the Muslim-raised teenage daughter he abandoned in "Lovely Man."