An atmosphere of troubling apprehension suffuses the rural locale of "In Her Place" thanks to a script of discreet probity that gives equal, nonjudgmental weight to the three female protags.
Toronto Film Festival
Pakistan's 2014 Oscar entry is a handsomely made, nicely modulated fugitive drama with forceful social overtones decrying the ongoing practice of child brides.
Exploited temp workers at a big box store in South Korea organize themselves to fight layoffs in "Cart," a solidly made sophomore feature with worthy elements that are all too familiar.
Strand Releasing has acquired U.S. rights to Pat Mills’ comedy “Guidance,” which premiered in September at the Toronto Film Festival. Mills stars as a pathologically immature former child actor who…
An atmospheric, at times impressionistic drama of a Moroccan windsurfer whose friendship with European tourists adds a highly-charged pull to the already palpable draw of departure.
Focus Features has removed historical drama "A Little Chaos," starring Kate Winslet, from its March 27 release date and has not set a new date. Focus gave “Chaos” the March date when it announced the…
Watching movies can be a lot like chess. With enough practice, you start to anticipate the moves, adjusting your defenses so as not to be taken off-guard.
Hajooj Kuka's short yet eloquent, even optimistic docu is an exemplar of how filmmakers can give dignity to refugees by allowing them their names and their voice.
The sorrow of displacement weighs heavily upon Tala Hadid's feature debut, telling of a glum Moroccan-Iraqi searching for his missing brother while protecting a little girl from white slavers.
Millennium Entertainment has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Kristen Wiig’s comedy “Welcome to Me,” three months after it premiered at the Toronto Film Festival. The movie also stars Wes…