Francophone comedy looks to remain a local phenom.
Film crams a wealth of material into 90 minutes without losing clarity or momentum.
A whimsical French dramedy about religious family values.
A sensitive adolescent grappling with his father's suicide and his mother's new boyfriend.
Tony Gatlif's film about gypsy victims of the Holocaust.
Deeply buried Holocaust guilt bubbles to the surface when a budding writer takes his pregnant g.f. to his father's house for Yom Kippur.
True to its title, this micro-budget, Brooklyn-set romantic comedy indeed keeps it simple.
Mexican helmer Alejandro Lozano follows his darkly comic debut with the somewhat more sober bank-heist-gone-wrong actioner "Sultans of the South."
A memorial service for a martyred civil-rights leader squelches a big development company's scheme.
A flamboyant comedic extravaganza that fuses soap opera and "American Idol"-type competition.
"Paraiso" detonates its protag's restless energy amid the luxury haunts of the rich.