Hannah Espia makes an impressive debut with this gracefully directed, inventively edited look at the plight of Filipino immigrant workers in Israel.
A Story of Children and Film
Barry Avrich's entertaining if uninspired documentary chronicles the life and times of Penthouse kingpin Bob Guccione.
A feel-good lesson in cross-cultural tolerance, Maksim Panfilov's debut feature soon turns sententious and contrived.
Richie Mehta's engrossing, multi-layered film is a movingly handled story of a child's disappearance.
An extremely faithful, suitably raw but still relatively hemmed-in adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's chilling 1973 novel.
This smug but effective middlebrow crowdpleaser shrewdly mines its real-life material for laughs and righteous anger as well as tears.
The wages of sin, guilt, vengeance and redemption weigh heavy on the characters of "Prisoners," a spellbinding, sensationally effective thriller with a complex moral center that marks a grand-slam…
Alfonso Cuaron's white-knuckle space odyssey restores a sense of wonder, terror and possibility to the bigscreen that should inspire awe among critics and audiences worldwide.
Los Angeles' new mayor has vowed to help staunch the flow of film and TV production jobs out of Hollywood, starting with the appointment of a film czar at City Hall.
CBS Films has acquired movie rights to Trevor Shane's sci-fi novel "Children of Paranoia" and set up the project with Akiva Goldsman to produce through his Weed Road shingle.
This acerbic satire from top Croatian helmer Vinko Bresan could find niche arthouse exposure in some territories.