Like "Antonia's Line" and "Mrs. Dalloway," Dutch helmer Marleen Gorris' latest cinematic paean to female fortitude places a strong woman at the flashpoint of historical change.
The harrowing two-part, three-hour docu "Einsatzgruppen: The Death Brigades" exhaustively chronicles the lethal work of an SS band charged with exterminating Jews in Russia and the Baltic states…
Docu seethes with an undercurrent of ferocious irony and should prove fascinating to Jewish and non-Jewish auds.
A well-meaning but simplistic terrorist melodrama.
Murray Lerner's mesmerizing docu closely chronicles Leonard Cohen's set at the Isle of Wight.
Doggedly nonjudgmental docu "Waiting for Armageddon" delves into the faith of some 50 million Americans, exposing the central role of Israel in end-of-days scenarios.
"In Search of Memory" seamlessly interweaves experience and experiments, autobiography and science.
Comedies about the sensual delights of food dished up by sexy femme chefs are nothing new, but the same can't be said about films that extol the joys of an unabashed menage a trois.
Three teenage boys scramble to save an Egyptian city built on garbage from economic disaster.
A man's obsession with the mystery of his wife's disappearance furnishes a fascinating study in denial.