In fascinating Swedish docu "Every Face Has A Name," helmer Magnus Gertten tracks down and interviews survivors from German concentration camps seen in a 35mm archival film reel showing their arrival…
Gothenburg Film Festival
Whatever one’s feelings about the right to die with dignity, it’s not easy to watch even a fictional character commit assisted suicide in excruciating detail, and this difference will likely color…
The distaff side of a nursing home couple finds extramarital passion in Michael Noer's powerfully acted though predictable heartfelt drama.
Lukas Valenta Rinner's deadpan debut shifts from comically surreal to absolutely serious as middle class nonentities attend survival training camp on the eve of a global cataclysm.
An atmospheric, at times impressionistic drama of a Moroccan windsurfer whose friendship with European tourists adds a highly-charged pull to the already palpable draw of departure.
A worthy but over-obvious fictionalization of xenophobic riots in Germany in 1992 that will surely hit a nerve given current tensions with "the other in our midst."
A woman caught between cultures struggles to find love and acceptance in Iram Haq's assured but not always likable debut.
No special knowledge is necessary to empathize with the plucky heroine in Parviz Shahbazi's tense, resonant drama.
Norwegian helmer Hisham Zaman's poignant ensemble drama about Kurdish refugees makes a poignant appeal for human rights.
An informative and entertaining look at Ingmar Bergman's legacy as told by the great filmmakers he influenced.
Cheerfully smashing perceptions of North Korea as a shuttered nation, "Comrade Kim Goes Flying" proves that cooperation with the West really is possible, at least in cinema. A candy-hued throwback to…