Troubled by his sexual orientation, a teacher gets an education in self-acceptance and forgiveness during a rural pastorale in this beautifully crafted bittersweet dramedy from Czech writer-helmer…
The Deauville Festival of American Cinema sets up the season for U.S. product in France, if it can deliver stars. The low wattage on the red carpet this year gave docus and indies some space to shine.
Selectors for the sophomore Asia Pacific Screen Awards will have to wade through twice as many candidates as the first kudosfest.
China, Weijun Chen's pic examines the country's customs and culture from within the walls of a kitschy eating establishment.
A journey by van from Spain to Morocco reveals the plight of the African migrant in the social-issue drama "Return to Hansala."
Barry Levinson has directed a doc about the just-completed Democratic and Republican national conventions that will be released by indie distrib Screen Media Films.
Music takes centerstage at the weeklong 12th L.A. Latino Film Festival, which opens today with Miguel Kohan's Argentine tango docu "Cafe de los Maestros."
An ingratiating opposites-attract comedy cursed with an anticlimactic third act, "My Mother, My Bride and I" tells of a forlorn gas station proprietor who juggles his manipulative nurturer and a…