"American Violet" details a true-life story of a fight against institutional racial prejudice that took place in Texas not very long ago.
Cannes Film Festival
It might be a comedy about a literary fraud, and underscored by the notoriously proclivities of the publishing world, but "Who Is KK Downey?" is the real thing.
Medieval pirates, assorted sorcerers, giant cannons and Thai star Ananda Everingham riding a giant stingray are just some of the visual attractions in "Queens of Langkasuka," a long-in-the-works…
Actor-turned-director Mark Webber combines the worst of two schemes in his debut feature, "Explicit Ills": overweening artistic pretense with a crudely conceived political message.
"Fate" aspires to the crown of epic Korean gangster sagas like "Friend" and "A Dirty Carnival" but falls short in scripting and doesn't justify its two-hour length.
Shoddy home improvement and blind panic provide the twin turbo engines for the gleefully cruel Irish black comedy "A Film With Me in It."
The reverberating shock felt by the survivors of a senseless massacre in a suburban Los Angeles coffee shop results in paradoxically dull drama in "Winged Creatures." Most directly reminiscent of…
Generic family conflict takes on soapish elements in Kalthoum Bornaz's unsatisfying intergenerational drama "The Other Half of the Sky."
"Hope" must be the world's first U.S.- and India-set drama advocating the use of embryonic stem cells in medical treatment.
"The Baby Doll Night" attempts to explain Egyptian anti-Israeli sentiment along with bitterness over American foreign policy by drawing parallels to everything from 9/11 to the Holocaust.
Film Movement has acquired U.S. rights to the Uruguayan narrative pic "The Pope's Toilet" ("El Bano del Papa"), a fest fave that screened in Cannes in Un Certain Regard.