In “The Long Excuse,” Masahiro Motoki — star of the Oscar-winning “Departures” — makes a startling comeback as a novelist who discovers his coldheartedness upon his wife’s sudden death…
Vancouver Film Festival
Three O. Henry-esque stories from contempo Tehran are woven together with mixed results in the drama "Wednesday, May 9," the debut feature of multi-hypenate Vahid Jalilvand.
Canadian multi-hyphenate Ryan McKenna's appealing sophomore feature establishes a languorous and surreal tone, which might be described as wondrous crossbreed of the work of his compatriots Guy…
A remarkable representation of how technology can be combined with human care to support seniors living independently.
The inspiring, enlightening, audience-friendly pic bursting with beautiful music has been making the festival rounds for more than a year and should profitably segue into small-screen outlets and…
Who'd have thought that a documentary about scavenging would serve up so much food porn?
Two radically different women fending for themselves in a remote seaside town discover that no man is an island in "The Furthest End Awaits."
Yuya Ishii takes a step forward in budget and ambition with this gently absorbing comedy-drama about the writing and compilation of a new Japanese dictionary.
Jason Osder's riveting documentary chronicles the escalating confrontations between the Philadelphia police and the radical group Move.
William Blake's oft-quoted observation about finding the world in a grain of sand comes to mind more than once during "Manakamana."
Diverse locations suit CW's superhero skein