True as it may be, "a thoughtful, toughly acted story of one woman's escape from urban societal strictures" isn't a description that will help anyone distinguish adult German fable "Wild" from the…
More of a character study than the low-boil thriller it sometimes appears to be turning into, it is the sort of film that improves significantly with post-viewing consideration, as one works one's…
Dotan doesn't do much to disguise his pessimistic perspective on one of the most fought-over areas on the globe, where he encounters a range of rationales for living on contested land (as well as…
A brief synopsis barely hints at the intensity with which Mexican shocker "We Are the Flesh" unleashes its joyously demented portrait of humanity.
This awkward hybrid of romantic comedy and ribald girls-just-wanna-have-fun romp is so scattershot that it never earns any of its eventual heartstring tugging.
Rarely leaving the claustrophobic offices of a San Francisco-based Persian specialty radio station, Iranian writer-director Babak Jalali's soph feature "Radio Dreams" is a low-key, witty exercise in…
A middle-aged poet loses his place amongst the cultural elite and is forced to make ends meet by performing dehumanizing manual labor alongside immigrants at the Port of Malmo in Swedish helmer Mans…
A feature debut from animator Bernardo Britto that gets points for originality but quickly succumbs to terminal self-amusement.
Director Stephanie Soechtig again proves her knack for crafting advocacy docs that resonate.
A Chinese fish story that enchants and delights.
It may have been a really, really ridiculously good-looking idea on paper, but Ben Stiller's stab at creating another male-model-skewering classic feels more like a cheap designer knockoff in…