Sophomore feature 'Tony Manero' by Chilean helmer Pablo Larrain continually intrigues as tone constantly shifts about, in line with unexpected plot twists.
After his impressive helming debut with playful crimer "Green Hat," Mainland scripter-producer Liu Fendou makes a spectacular, slo-mo belly-flop with "Ocean Flame."
The promise and freshness Mainland writer-director Yin Lichuan showed in her debut feature, "The Park," are nowhere to be found in sophomore outing 'Knitting.'
Having been recently canonized by some critics and auds for his May '68-set slacker story "Regular Lovers," helmer Philippe Garrel may now face excommunication by a goodly chunk of his erstwhile…
A polished but often tedious outing that may leave some auds cold, "Snow" depicts the daily hardships of a war-torn Bosnian village.
No doubt it will be back to the drawing board for Steven Soderbergh's intricately ambitious, defiantly non-dramatic 'Che.'
A gritty, emotionally charged coming-of-ager, "Everybody Dies but Me" offers up a portrait of adolescent angst.
Writer-helmer Claire Simon's docu roots decisively win the battle over her dramatic inclinations in "God's Offices," an initially intriguing but finally pointless assembly of interviews with women…
'Hunger' reps a powerful, pertinent but not entirely perfect debut for British visual-artist-turned-feature-helmer Steve McQueen.
Lucrecia Martel's script here focuses largely on a femme dentist who accidentally hits a boy with her car and runs.