Two young women serving out their military service as office workers on a remote desert army base play out the inanity and insanity of military bureaucracy in tyro Israeli helmer Talya Lavie's aptly…
Mary Elizabeth Winstead gives an extraordinary performance in this uneven but pleasurably mellow indie.
Rory Culkin's electrifying performance as a mentally disturbed young man dominates Lou Howe's debut.
A surprising, well-crafted look at a ballroom-dancing program aimed at bridging gaps between Jewish and Palestinian children in Israel.
Two experimental filmmakers collaborate on this fervently non-commercial triptych.
A poetic, mesmerizing fusion of fairy tale and cultural commentary from director Jessica Oreck.
This portrait of a New York sexual surrogate is 180 degrees away from "The Sessions."
Ruben Alves' feel-good debut feature explores the plight of immigrant workers who have long acclimated to another culture.