Completed before 2010's "Mysteries of Lisbon" but only now arriving Stateside, the late Raul Ruiz's "Blind Revenge" reps an interesting case of one of cinema's most distinctive filmmakers functioning…
"Nipples & Palm Trees" at least has the advantage of truth in advertising: Expect several nipples, some palm trees -- and plenty of rutting in cheap apartments in the City of Angels.
The 13th edition of the Jeonju Digital Project rewards auds with the omnibus' diversity of subject, tone and style.
"The History of Future Folk" will likely be remembered as the first neo-hipster Brooklyn sci-fi movie.
In an era with a paucity of real heroes, a genuine one emerges in "G-Dog": the inexhaustible Jesuit priest Greg Boyle, whose Homeboy Industries has saved countless lives in Los Angeles' gang-plagued…
An unexpectedly emotional docu on the revival of an African-American rock group that's among those to usher in punk music.
Laura Colella's tale of a lad's seminal summer will win hearts and minds at Anglo and Euro fests.
A fierce, homegrown anti-gay movement and a vastly outnumbered LGBT community confront each other in Uganda to uncertain and unsettling results in "Call Me Kuchu."
Take it to the bank that in any movie titled "All is Well," nothing will be, and that predictable equation applies to Pocas Pascoal's melodrama.
The latest in a trend of collectively photographed documents of people, cultures and conditions made for the sensitive, globally aware armchair viewer.
Like a cook who never knows when to stop adding the sugar or salt, writer-director Martin Barajas-Lloren't drowns his rural Mexican fable, "Letters to Elena," in enough cutesiness and melodrama for a…