The Berlin Film Festival continues its support of Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi, who is facing six years in prison after a Tehran appeals court upheld the sentence earlier this month.
Berlin Film Festival
Jeffrey Schwarz's biodoc portrays a vibrant, charismatic, remarkably consistent individual, as generous in his personal life as in his political engagements.
Some sprocket operas cater specifically to kids, like Giffoni and the Chicago Intl. Children's Film Fest. Others, including Tribeca and Toronto, select a handful of innocuous films specifically for…
A Bangkok assassin's life turns upside down -- literally -- in "Headshot," a brooding Thai noir whose protagonist's vision is inverted when a bullet hits his brain.
A typically smart performance by Juliette Binoche isn't enough to keep "Elles" from drowning in pseudo-intellectual pretension and general banality.
There's no honor among thieves -- or in the police department, either -- in the moody neo-noir "Death for Sale," the uneven third feature from Moroccan helmer Faouzi Bensaidi ("A Thousand Months").
There hasn't been a haunted house in the history of movies quite like Guy Maddin's dark, demented and faintly disappointing ghost story.
Inspired by the "vogueing" sensation featured in the 1990 documentary "Paris Is Burning," Sheldon Larry's "Leave It on the Floor" describes a different kind of coming out from most gay features…
"Dragons" may not be perfect, but it demonstrates an increasingly rare sense of scope and pageantry best served by the bigscreen.
A subversive and strange little film noir that's so strongly dominated by white hues -- whether peroxided or not -- that it could be dubbed a film blanc.
Unexpected connections between strangers and friends, and the past and present, are the motor of pic.