Alternately political and apolitical, pessimistic and optimistic -- but rarely, if ever, cinematic -- Sam Bozzo's "Blue Gold: World Water Wars" works best as a smallscreen educational docu that…
Despite some detailed insight into the stress of bourgeois German marrieds in early midlife crisis and on the brink of divorce, writer-director Lola Randl's debut feature, "Days in Between," passes…
Astra Taylor's philosophizing-heads docu serves as a playful riposte to the notion that movies are for turning one's mind off.
Not a Hong Kong remake of Bill Clinton's fave Western, but a remake of producer Eric Tsang's own Taiwanese "Winds of September," "High Noon" tracks seven rowdy high school boys with names like…
With great concision and clarity, vet Brit documentarian Molly Dineen builds from a seemingly slight urban protest of fox hunting to a profound look at the ravages of Western culinary "progress" in…
Saluting life's simple pleasures in more ways than one, Japanese wild-man helmer Takashi Miike takes a break from heady genre-busting with "God's Puzzle," steering a pair of anxious Tokyo teens away…
Tailor-made for nursing home screenings in ancillary, "Is There Anybody There?" features Michael Caine's ingratiating turn as a senile magician who bonds with a paranormal studies-loving tween.
The fragile nuclear family comes under harrowing inspection by writer-director Rodrigue Jean in "Lost Song."
Returning to French lingo production after a pair of pics in English, Swiss-born, Quebec-based director Lea Pool maintains her usual focus on a female's motherless coming-of-age in "Mommy Is at the…
However shrewdly contrived to keep its budget low, "Pontypool," set almost entirely in a basement radio station, is a zombie flick sans bite.