That you don't need more than one riveting talking head and a little intelligence to make a terrific docu is amply demonstrated by "No Man's Land," from Portuguese vid artist and scribe-helmer Salome…
Berlin Film Fest 2012
Daniel Patrick Carbone's "Hide Your Smiling Faces" and Tom Gilroy's "The Cold Lands" are among three U.S. films selected for the Berlin Film Festival's youth showcase, Generation.
German-lingo pics focus of Zurich mini-mart
A fierce, homegrown anti-gay movement and a vastly outnumbered LGBT community confront each other in Uganda to uncertain and unsettling results in "Call Me Kuchu."
Review: 'Parabeton — Pier Luigi Nervi and Roman Concrete (Photography and Beyond — Part 19/Decampment of Modernism — Part 1)'
The art of concrete as a medium rivets the eye of the film world's most acute observer of architecture, Heinz Emigholz, in "Parabeton." Marking the 19th chapter of his "Photography and Beyond" series…
A teenage baklava apprentice aspires to be a master baker in Angelos Abazoglou's attractive hybrid "Mustafa's Sweet Dreams."
Javier Bardem's name will do much to raise the profile of "Sons of the Clouds: The Last Colony," a slick docu on the Western Sahara crisis geared to capture the attention of Western auds.
An alienated punk and a war-refugee hooker prove that their feelings for one another go above and beyond societal constraints in "Bliss."
Helmer Nikolaj Arcel reaches back to 18th-century Denmark to spin a real-life tale of intrigue, power, money, sex, love and betrayal in the handsome, character-driven historical drama "A Royal…
Debutante writer-helmer Olivia Silver's "Arcadia" features a dysfunctional family taking a road trip and stars John Hawkes: In every respect, it feels like a typical Sundance film, except that it…