A Dublin Catholic schoolgirl worries about measuring up to her peers in everything from bra size to boyfriend in "32A."
Berlin Film Festival
Immortal beings discover that everlasting life is torture, and auds may feel the same way about the slipshod Thai horror pic "Opapatika."
A faux tuner in which characters mime clips from well-known German ditties, "Melodies of Spring" doesn't go the distance on a musical level but has enough charm and wry humor to agreeably pass the…
Melancholy but sparkled with poetic moments of beauty and even humor, docu "Seaview" explains how Mosney, a former holiday camp on the Irish coast once run by resort empire Butlins, is now a center…
Right-wing former general-turned-Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon gets mostly sympathetic treatment in docu "Sharon."
"Bananaz" tracks the formation and rising fortunes of Gorillaz, a cartoon character-fronted, hip-hop/alt-pop collective whose overall sound and image are largely the work of polymath musician Damon…
A bitter Israeli reprobate in Manhattan reconnects with the 21-year-old army sniper son he'd rejected from birth in "Restless."
"One Day You'll Understand" is a sincere yet stiff adaptation of Jerome Clement's hot-button autobiographical novel.
An unblinking, deeply resonant look at three women and their families navigating a government-imposed relocation in an underprivileged section of Los Angeles.
A dramatization of a real-life 1818 rural encounter between a stigmatic nun and the devout writer sent to document her beliefs.