Excitement soared as engines roared outside Leicester Square's Odeon on Monday night. The night's grand prix? A seat at Studiocanal's world bow of "Rush."
A stodgy, drearily long-winded attempt to to shed light on a little-known chapter of the Civil War.
A compelling, strongly performed political thriller set in contempo Poland.
Amidst tributes from rabbis, abounding video clips on Jewish history and a hearty rendition of the Israeli national anthem, one Greek Orthodox man stood out from the pack at the Simon Wiesenthal…
A father-and-son road trip morphs into a musical journey examining the fraught history of Finnish immigration in Sweden in the modest but touching docu "Finnish Blood, Swedish Heart."
This angst-ridden drama treats loaded subject matter -- homosexuality, priests who break their vows -- in a way that feels far past its sell-by date in the West.
Sebastian Junger's docu "Which Way Is the Front Line From Here?" offers a moving requiem for his "Restrepo" co-director, the late photojournalist and filmmaker Tim Hetherington.
Simply relating the narrative of Andrew Dosunmu's seductive immigrant drama "Mother of George" would do little to convey the film's stark, poetic power, much less its extraordinary visual and sonic…
Though it retains the narrative complexity of the Swedish bestseller on which it's based, WWII saga "Simon and the Oaks" never creates an emotional or intellectual throughline of its own.
Destination America has ordered "United States of Bacon" to series.
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