The first genre movie of its sort ever produced in the United Arab Emirates, "Rattle the Cage" is a world-class thriller.
Both as warm and as no-holds-barred blunt as its subject, "Everything Is Copy" proves a stirring portrait of Nora Ephron by her son, writer-director Jacob Bernstein.
This project originally conceived for the internet still plays as the series of disconnected pranks and whimsies it began as, refusing to coalesce into any focused whole.
Parvez Sharma's strident docu is a jihad against Saudi Arabia's fundamentalism, puffed up with self-righteousness and sensationalizing every step of his pilgrimage to Mecca.
A skillfully made drama, highly attuned to the myriad forms of surveillance from the prurient to the political, that showcases a stand-out lead perf.
IFC continues to play the comedy equivalent of small ball, picking up shows that look inexpensive and have the feel of being someone else's leftovers. Two new ones arrive in tandem, with "Benders"…
"Homeland" returns from its bounce-back fourth season playing the long game, once again almost eerily mirroring headlines while slowly unfolding an espionage plot that, even after three episodes…
There's never been a road movie quite like "Paths of the Soul," an extraordinary chronicle of ordinary Tibetan citizens undertaking a 1,200-mile pilgrimage to Lhasa.
With "Hong Kong Trilogy: Preschooled, Preoccupied, Preposterous," director-cinematographer Christopher Doyle offers something for the time capsule, an attempt to capture the cultural moment of a city…
"Pain is temporary, losing is permanent," grumbles record-setting jump jockey Tony "A.P." McCoy in "Being AP," a fitfully insightful sports doc that's as much about the trials of winning as the…
A creepy security guard blackmails a wealthy kleptomaniac in "A Patch of Fog," a low-stakes, low-budget, low-yield thriller that attempts to turn a straightforward stalking case into a twisted story…