An admirable if not completely successful attempt to update George Buchner's much-adapted play "Woyzeck."
Montreal World Cinema
Abolfazl Saffary's apocalyptic vision of Iran is as visually compelling as it is shockingly unexpected.
Ali Jaberansari's debut feature approaches the conflict between tradition and Westernization in Iran with sly satire and humor.
Danni Reisfeld's film about a young man's attempts to rise above his crime-ridden ghetto life is rough, formulaic but effective.
Opposites attract and little life lessons are learned in this innocuous but thin romantic comedy set during a tour of a college campus.
Finnish director Ulrika Bengts effectively downplays familiar themes and narrative beats in this handsome drama.
Danish director Simon Staho's latest feature is an odd duck that neither quite convinces nor emotionally satisfies.
Opera is the subject, medium and language of Jiri Menzel's inventive if overstretched comedy.
Anna Martinez's debut feature adapts an Arthur Schnitzler novella in intriguingly stylized fashion.
The Montreal World Film Festival announced its full slate of 432 films from around the globe on Tuesday, including 113 world or international feature preems. From the U.S. “The Red Robin” by Michael…
Mel's Cite du Cinema, the only studio in Montreal equipped to host big Hollywood pics, has been bought by post-production facility Vision Globale for an undisclosed sum.