Time plays in an endless loop in "Kaili Blues," forcing one to constantly revisit, and reassess, the past.
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Waterworks are sparse in "Donald Cried," but there's plenty of anxious, cringe-inducing humor to be found in writer-director-star Kris Avedisian's comedy of discomfort.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center, the nonprofit that presents the New York Film Festival every year, and the Locarno International Film Festival will launch a U.S. edition of Locarno's Industry…
As a shepherd and his donkey, dog, goats and chickens pursue their peaceful routines, visitors drop by to swap stories of Italy's past and present conflicts.
Time, space, color and light are distorted into patterns of dislocation, muffling the synapses that connect sounds and images in this utterly mesmerizing depiction of a teenager's grief.
A woman lives on the fringes of society with a pack of hounds in this observational study that appeals even as it indulges in arty cinema affectation.
Marie Heller’s “The Diary of a Teenage Girl,” the Sundance favorite that recently earned a prize at the Berlin Film Festival, will open the 44th annual outing of New Directors/New Films, the New York…
Not everyone will be entertained by Rick Alverson's "Entertainment," a dark, weird odyssey through a soulless American nowhere, with perhaps the world's most abrasively unfunny insult comic as our…
With the movie industry gearing up for the start of Sundance 2015, New Directors/New Films, the annual New York festival presented by the Museum of Modern Art and the Film Society of Lincoln Center…
Two experimental filmmakers collaborate on this fervently non-commercial triptych.
Simultaneously rigorous and open-ended, Ramon Zurcher's playfully constructed debut turns the cozy world of a middle-class German apartment inside-out.