"Ultrasonic" begins with the intrigue of a struggling rocker's disturbing sense that he's hearing strange sounds unheard by others, but the paranoid premise leads to less-than-resounding suspense…
A film of choice moments rather than a fully realized work, Gonzalo Tobal's debut feature, "Villegas," largely functions as a platform for two rising Argentine indie-cinema stars, Esteban Lamothe and…
A relationship that expires after it's barely begun provides the fragile stuff of filmmaker Zach Weintraub's second feature, "The International Sign for Choking."
Review: ‘Parabeton — Pier Luigi Nervi and Roman Concrete (Photography and Beyond — Part 19/Decampment of Modernism — Part 1)’
The art of concrete as a medium rivets the eye of the film world's most acute observer of architecture, Heinz Emigholz, in "Parabeton." Marking the 19th chapter of his "Photography and Beyond" series…
The collapse of a modest family farm in a German-speaking community in northern Argentina provides "Germania" with a potent starting point, but tyro director Maximiliano Schonfeld's impressively…
The love affair of the open road merges ideally with filmmaker James Benning's vision of time, sound and landscape in "Small Roads."
The intensely disturbing prospect of death by blood-sucking arachnid only faintly comes through in Gabriel Medina's meek and mild "The Vampire Spider."
Filmmaker Celina Murga applies her sensitive, observant perspective on young people's behavior and thoughts to her superb foray into nonfiction, "Normal School."
The elemental power of Argentina's Mendoza foothills and the struggle of juvenile delinquents on the lam can't compensate for an obvious story structure and overcooked symbolism in Alejandro Fadel's…
One of the more singular filmmakers working in South America's southern cone, Gonzalo Castro explores worlds both terpsichorean and erotic with stirring results in "Dioramas."