A low-key documentary that gradually, impressively reveals the complexity and depth of experience of its two HIV-positive subjects.
Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival
Life in the isolated nooks of the Hellenic Pindus Mountains is affectionately portrayed in "The Grocer," an engrossing if straightforward docu from scribe-helmer-producer Dimitris Koutsiabasakos…
Not to be confused with sex addicts, the hapless protagonists of "Love Addict" take emotional dependency to delusional, destructive, sometimes borderline-demented extremes.
In what could easily be called "Quo Vadis?," Gustav Hofer and Luca Ragazzi follow up their gay-centric "Suddenly, Last Winter" with "Italy Love It or Leave It," a more general examination of…
An aspiring concert pianist is followed from ages 12-20 in the cheekily titled Canuck docu "I Am Not a Rock Star," from helmer Bobbi Jo Hart.
"Being an old woman was never part of the fantasy," observes one of the subjects of "I Am a Woman Now," Dutch docu helmer Michiel van Erp's affecting look at five European men who were reborn as…
A teenage baklava apprentice aspires to be a master baker in Angelos Abazoglou's attractive hybrid "Mustafa's Sweet Dreams."
Like a chameleon, Marcin Sauter's "North From Calabria" cleverly slips between narrative whimsy and documentary reality.
What makes "Dragon" a refreshing break from biz per usual is its pluralist approach.
Will a B&W post-film noir thriller from Bulgaria be the next big thing? When Javor Gardev's debut feature, "Zift," which won two prizes at June's Moscow fest, makes its North American bow in Toronto…