An amusingly convoluted narrative that brings together equally clueless yakuza, police and semi-innocent bystanders to search for a couple allegedly missing people.
Writer-director Nasser Bakhti combs Geneva's mean streets in "Night Shadows," a serious but overwrought ensemble view of the affluent city's social margins and the jittery cops who deal with it.
Solid, sympathetic filmmaking with a terrific opening, a powerful closer and good but not extraordinary stuff in between marks "BirdWatchers."
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
The enduring international fanbase for vintage French chanson and pop music should salivate over "Discorama, by Glaser."
"Farewell Gulsary" is based on a story by recently deceased Krygyzstan author Chinghiz Aitmatov that was filmed in 1968.
If the popularity of "Twilight" and the Sookie Stackhouse books that inspired this series are any indication, women clearly embrace the romance of guys who suck for more exotic-than-usual reasons…
Iran-born, Vienna-based TV and docu vet Arash T. Riahi's assured "For a Moment, Freedom" is yet another immigrant-in-peril border-crossing tale.
Brimming with energy, elan and the unpredictability of his "Something Wild," Jonathan Demme's triumphant "Rachel Getting Married" may just lay the wedding film to rest, being such a hard act to…
The big issue surrounding "Adam Resurrected" isn't so much whether it's been done well, but rather whether it was worth doing at all.
"Not everyone is endowed with the gift of seeing," a photographer confides to his promising student in "Everlasting Moments."
Breezy tale of two dudes vying for a comely lass in the northern Mexican city of Monterrey is nearly dialogue-free, driven simply by the desires, voyeuristic gazes and favored "Colombiano" soundtrack…