Having wrapped his Texas trilogy — "The Passage," "Low Tide" and "Stop the Pounding Heart" — Italian chronicler of the American margins Roberto Minervini heads next door to Louisiana, where he finds…
Some bigscreen love stories leave you wondering what the central couple saw in each other in the first place, but not "Two Friends."
When a certain school of social realism is dutifully imitated, what degree of authenticity remains? That's a question prompted by Laurent Lariviere's diverting but derivative debut feature.
"Masaan" is a heartfelt yet overambitious tale of class and gender inequality in contempo India, in which debuting helmer Neeraj Ghaywan can't overcome script and editing weaknesses.
As the shortest, sharpest and most stormily violent of William Shakespeare's tragedies, "Macbeth" may be the most readily cinematic.
A handsomely shot, classically told tale of an Ethiopian boy left in the care of relations and struggling in his new surroundings.
Any animated feature screening in Cannes in the wake of Pixar's universally adored "Inside Out" was bound to seem like an anticlimax.
The smallest and subtlest film in the main competition at Cannes this year, Mexican director Michel Franco's "Chronic" offers a measured portrait of a hospice nurse (played by Tim Roth) who tends to…
A fierce performance from Dolores Fonzi, as a heroine whose actions baffle those around her, helps to hold this conversation-starter together, but viewers' own mileage and perceptions will vary &mdash…
Watch out for Kim, the protagonist of “The Other Thing,” Emily Schwend’s slow-to-launch but gratifyingly sanguinary play about ghost hunters — and the ghosts who come when they call. And watch out…