Mature in terms of production polish and pro performances, writer-director Rob Margolies' feature debut, "Lifelines" (until recently called "Wherever You Are"), stumbles in a familiar way: It crams…
Love is blind and charm is in abundance in the old-fashioned Nipponese comedy-romance "My Darling of the Mountains -- Tokuichi in Love."
Having a baby is child's play in the cheerful, idiosyncratic but enthralling Japanese dramedy "Child by Children."
Auds looking for Tokyo-styled titillation may require regular stimulus from tattoo needles to stay awake during the moody meller "Snakes and Earrings."
Bumpy but never dull, the Indonesian psychodrama "Fiksi" spins an intriguing web around a lonely rich girl's obsession with a handsome writer.
The uncompromising nature of Vincent Van Gogh's oeuvre bows to the kid-friendly demands of Imax in the ambitious but overly whimsical Gallic production "Van Gogh: Brush With Genius."
Hungary's Eastern Europe-focused festival Moveast awarded its top Golden Benjamin prize to debut Ukrainian director Eva Neymann's "At the River" Tuesday. Neymann was at the festival, held in the…
Happiness proves illusory and ethnographic exotica rules supreme in the slow-moving French-Vietnamese meller "The Moon at the Bottom of the Well."
Morbidly fascinating before sinking into grotesquerie of the most confrontational kind, "Exhausted" charts the supremely depressing relationship of a pimp and a prostitute in a bleak industrial…
"Seven Superheroes vs. Monster F," by Korean helmer Park Jay, and a French short, "Manon on the Asphalt," by helmers Elizabeth Marre and Olivier Pont, will open the sixth Asiana Short Film Festival…
Luis Mandoki preaches to the converted in "Fraud: Mexico 2006," arguing that the July 2006 Mexican presidential election, in which Felipe Calderon barely edged out Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, was…