Already a major hit in Asia, this high-octane South Korean remake of Hong Kong thriller "Eye in the Sky" sustains its nervy tension all the way.
Not every festival can offer Cannes' cachet, Venice's ambience or Toronto's marketing juggernaut. That's why the smart ones develop their individuality as well as their screening program and use…
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…
Mohammad Rasoulof's slow-burning, clandestinely made fifth feature is a brave, challenging look at Iran's feared security apparatus.
Veering between buddy movie and action-thriller, "Stand Up Guys" is a mildly raunchy, modestly entertaining geriatric comedy starring Al Pacino, Christopher Walken and Alan Arkin as retired gangsters…
Finnish helmer Mika Kaurismaki's best films have dealt with music or road trips, and his latest combines both elements with plenty of heart.
"The World Is Funny" and wondrously strange in the tender new dramedy from Israeli fabulist Shemi Zarhin.
"Joshua Tree, 1951: A Portrait of James Dean" pictures the thesp as a bisexual hustler with a crippled soul, pursuing his dream of stardom through trysts, tanning and acting class.
Anne Grethe Bjarup Riis' debut feature, "This Life," tells the fact-based story of the Hvidsten group, ordinary men and women from a village in eastern Jutland who received and hid agents and…
This unconvincing, workmanlike genre piece has not been worth the wait.
Production-designed to the max, absurdist comedy from tyro French helmer Mikael Buch offers an unholy alliance of camp and farce that both celebrates and mocks gay and Jewish stereotypes.