Although it can turn overly didactic, Fellipe Barbosa's strongly acted debut is a well-observed study of a wealthy Brazilian family's breakdown.
Rotterdam Film Festival
German helmer Jan Schomburg delivers an initially clever but ultimately rather silly amnesia drama.
Considerably artier than star Hans Dagelet's TV fare, Eche Jange's striking debut offers numerous awards.
A bland, contrived and overextended drama from husband-and-wife team Samer Najari and Dominique Chila.
Lee Chatametikool makes a respectable helming debut with this tale of two brothers dealing with their father's suicide.
Lluis Minarro's drama about a 19th-century Spanish monarch is more interested in camp aesthetics than historical biography.
A stunningly misguided trauma-rape tale that piles on far too much yet reveals far too little.
An overly staged drama about the clash between the salve of culture vs. the lure of chaos.