A fourth-generation white Fijian from a prominent colonial family, Owen Scott bravely examines the 2001 murder of his openly gay brother John in "An Island Calling."
A neatly assembled coming-of-ager set in a provincial Taiwan high school, "Winds of September" is a promising first feature by Cal Arts film grad Tom Lin that only lacks originality and characters to…
Tale of geeky battle reenactment fans with love-life problems features no big stars, but has mucho Internet and publicity buzz, so even if it loses theatrical battles it could win the war on…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
SAG and the majors have agreed to meet over the weekend, with the guild's feature-primetime contract on the verge of expiration.
Marbled with mordant humor, this realistically observed drama about an aging bomb-disposal worker is both written and largely played by real-life cops.
"Inconceivable" reps a prime example of bad films happening to good actors.
How should filmmakers respond when their countries are being attacked? That was the dilemma facing Lebanese husband-and-wife filmmaking team Khalil Joreige and Joana Hadjithomas following the 2006…
David Choe makes art "for people who don't give a **** about art" and believes graffiti should be executed with stolen paint cans. In a moment of serene insight, he declares "the downside about your…
Billing itself as "China's first lifestyle movie," "Esquire Runway" is as slick and super-glossy as the glitterati among whom it's set.
Small grace notes in direction and storytelling make "Nimas' Women" more interesting than many more opulent dramas set among China's non-Han minorities.
A lonely teenage girl volunteers to stand in for her missing classmate for a police reconstruction in "Helen," an impressive, beautifully shot debut feature for Brit co-helmers Christine Molloy and…