"Whenever you do something new, you learn something about yourself," says the protagonist of Polish lenser-turned-helmer Bartek Prokopowicz's gutsy debut feature "Chemo."
Debuting helmer Nicolae Constantin Tanase shows off his assertive though undisciplined style in this drama of a teen girl with a misplaced crush on the local stud.
The Parents Television Council has already done its part to help promote “Seven Year Switch” by condemning it, sight unseen, suggesting at least that the title (intended to rip off a beloved comedy…
Again plodding along at a near-hypnotic pace, "Rectify" begins its third season almost exactly where the second left off, and that's a good thing. Awash in critical acclaim, this deeply rich and…
Faye Garrit is an immediately recognizable William Inge woman: anxious, unmoored and yearning for something more, whether it be finding a purpose in her superficial life or just making it with a hot…
In the heart of Paris, a repurposed monastery known as the Musee des Arts et Metiers serves as a technological shrine to human innovation, where school kids marvel at all manner of inventions.
Tracing a Taoist priest’s foray from his hermit-like existence into the secular world, Chen Kaige’s “Monk Comes Down the Mountain” is an uncharacteristically lightweight martial-arts caper with a…
The title of "Paper Towns" refers to a trick that cartographers use to keep their maps from being copied by competitors. But it also describes, in a less literal sense, that brand of suburban…
A brand new you that just might be the old someone else is the quandary at the center of "Self/less."
An ironic pink heart dots the 'i' in troubled-teen tale "The Violators" — perhaps the sole playful touch in this stern, striking debut from British novelist-turned-helmer Helen Walsh.
This intelligent, restrained take on genre conventions may be too dry for those seeking fantasy thrills.