With touchscreen coffee tables still an unimaginable luxury in most households, "Human" may have arrived a few years too early for its optimum avenue of exhibition.
Venice Film Festival
Unattractively shot, structurally unsound and featuring a script that careens all over the place, "Anna" is an overstuffed drama bound to sink without a trace.
With faith-based filmmaking confidently on the rise in the U.S., a counter-movement of similarly independent agnostic cinema seems a debate-stoking inevitability.
Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson’s stop-motion animation pic “Anomalisa” scooped the Venice Film Festival’s Jury Grand Prize. Pic is about a man struggling with his inability to connect with other…
A Tsai is just a sigh in "Afternoon," a dallying, mildly disarming filmed tete-a-tete between Tsai Ming-liang and his beloved leading man Lee Kang-sheng.
You can, to adjust a phrase, see the forest for the trees in "Go With Me" — if only because mist-shrouded woodland scenery is about the only distinguished feature of Daniel Alfredson's turgid…
VENICE – “Wednesday, May 9,” a timely Iranian drama about a philanthropist intent on helping Tehran’s poor with unexpected consequences, has scored multi-territory sales after it’s well-received…
A sensory feeling of persecution pervades "Frenzy," plunges the viewer into a disturbing state of uncertainty as two brothers are sucked into a vortex of state-sponsored distrust.
Looking, not touching, is the act of choice for a sexually wary gay man in "From Afar," and his hands-off approach is shared by the expert storytelling in Venezuelan helmer Lorenzo Vigas' pristinely…
Atom Egoyan's ongoing search for his own best form makes no real breakthrough in "Remember," a state-hopping Nazi-hunt mystery that puts a creditably sincere spin on material that is silly at best.
Two Mexican mini-luchadores die with their masks on in "Bleak Streak," a slow, lunatic swirl into the hopes, kinks and day-to-day hustle of a handful of Mexico City characters so colorful, the pic's…