Raucous, rowdy and regrettably scatter-brained, Cem Kaya's side-splitting essay film "Remake, Remix, Rip-off" marks a noble, albeit disorganized effort to convey the appeal of vintage Turkish pop…
Locarno Film Festival
A couple of graffiti kids with the social engagement of well-meaning teens express themselves in the Colombian city of Cali in "Los hongos."
A toast to all that those who didn't endure the Holocaust take for granted, French director Jean-Jacques Zilbermann's "To Life" finds the silver lining in the 20th century's darkest cloud.
A self-absorbed, low-rent wheeler-dealer tries to motivate his gumptionless son in Bonifacio Angius' monotonous drama "Perfidia."
For those absolutely convinced of the genius of Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Verena Paravel's "Leviathan," along comes J.P. Sniadecki ("People's Park") with his sensory documentary "The Iron Ministry."
Argentine helmer Martin Rejtman makes a predictably unpredictable return to features after a 10-year hiatus with "Two Shots Fired."
Docu helmer Gabriel Mascaro makes his fiction feature debut with "August Winds," an atmospheric, meditative drama with nonfiction elements set in Brazil's northeastern Alagoas state.
Filipino director Lav Diaz, who headed the international competition jury at last year's Locarno Film Festival, returned to take the top prize at the Swiss sprocket opera's 67th edition with his film…
This ultra-light comic item from Malaysia's Liew Seng Tat is loaded with racially problematic scenes and homophobic gags.
The restless spirits of Portugal's post-colonial underclass stumble dazedly though the wilds of "Horse Money," director Pedro Costa's latest bulletin from the Lisbon slum known as Fontainhas.