Any celebrations for Korean pic "Thirst's" win at the Cannes Film Festival were overshadowed by the suicide of former president Roh Moo-hyun and North Korea's nuclear tests.
Cannes Film Festival
Ambitious two-part doc is fascinating and frustrating, packed with interesting clips and theories.
French director Pierre-William Glenn tells an origins story of sorts in 'Kids.'
"Tears of April" is an austere, well-acted period costumer.
Adam Yauch's Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired North American distrib rights to "The Thorn in the Heart."
Documentary lobbies on behalf of those who have lobbied in vain.
This overlong, repetitive social-problem drama is more akin to a TV soap opera.
A 14-year-old girl on summer vacation makes discoveries about herself and her family in "Adrift."
The story of a youth's return to his small-town home offers fleeting visual pleasures.
Indie oddity purports to document a mental hospital offering video therapy for the criminally insane.
A foolhardy and apparently fearless Dutch cook ventures into the African jungle in search of his son's playmate.