A 14-year-old girl on summer vacation makes discoveries about herself and her family in "Adrift."
Cannes Film Festival
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.
Buoyed by strong early sales on Gallic gross-out pic "The French Kissers," new French sales company Other Angle Pics has entered the distribution arena, acquiring films for France.
Michael Haneke's "The White Ribbon" received the Palme d'Or at 62nd Cannes Film Festival.
In a rare triumph for Greek cinema at Cannes, Yorgos Lanthimos' unsettling repression drama "Dogtooth" took the top Un Certain Regard Prize Saturday at Cannes.
Emotionally vacuous pic is like a pair of designer pants that look great but don't fit.
"The White Ribbon," "Police, Adjective" and "Amreeka" won the 2009 FIPRESCI awards.
Pretty to look at but largely vacuous, Spanish helmer Isabel Coixet's romantic drama film plays like a perfume ad without a product.
It's some feat to make a full-on melodrama about drag queens with murderous children and junkie lovers tedious.