A compact urban crimer about three Lebanese-Australian novices attempting to get rich quick with stolen drugs, "Cedar Boys" reps a strong debut by scripter-helmer Serhat Caradee. Garnished with tangy…
Highly accomplished writing-helming debut by thesp Rachel Ward.
The potential of docus to turn out very different from what was orginally intended is controversially demonstrated with "Stolen."
Secrets and guilty memories simmer without coming to the required boil in Aussie mood piece "Closed for Winter."
A middle-class Melbourne mom recovering from a near-fatal illness wrestles with the titular problem and a whole lot more in the spry existential dramedy "My Year Without Sex."
A promising Aussie slugger rails against the life mapped out by his iron-fisted Sicilian father-trainer in the energetic boxing drama "Two Fists One Heart."
Aussie thesp and pro racecar driver Eric Bana makes a middling debut as documaker with "Love the Beast," a chronicle of his 25-year relationship with his hotted-up '70s muscle car.
"Indian Cinemas: From North to South" contextualizes the major, and very separate, non-Bollywood film industries spread out across the lingually diverse subcontinent.
Without breaking new ground in the subgenre of hymns to traditional life in Inner Mongolia, ethnic helmer Hasichaolu capably pays respect in "Urtin duu."
The renewal of an ancient family feud leads to redemption for an outcast son in "Shiro's Head," the first-ever feature made in Guam by Guamanians.
A delightfully goofy summer-camp comedy, "Sorasoi" reps another feather in the eccentric cap of Japanese helmer Katsuhito Ishii.