"Private Lessons" more than confirms the rising talent of 33-year-old Belgian writer-director Joachim Lafosse.
Though considerably more ambitious in scope, Francesco Munzi once again plays with the image of an immigrant community.
Patience was no doubt required of the Three Wise Men as they made their way toward Bethlehem, and the same will be required of auds who seek out "Birdsong."
The idea of Serbian-Bosnian helmer Emir Kusturica making a docu about the legendary Argentine soccer ace Diego Maradona might seem like an odd match.
The weird history of the world's oldest bank robber gets full camp treatment with animated cartoon-strips and frisky hand-lettered picture-captions in "This Is Not a Robbery."
An involving, ultimately touching romantic drama about a young man's struggle deciding between the two women in his life.
A nihilistic high-art film marked by fashionable static takes, banal minimalist dialogue, glacial pacing and ultra-violence.
A single French father and his shy teen daughter discover romance during a Swedish summer holiday in modest but wistfully charming comic drama.
Structured like a set of interspersed, but not interconnected, short films, sophomore outing for helmer Ruben Ostlund features characters ranging from teens to the late-middle-age.
Following on from "The Grudge," Sarah Michelle Gellar stars in another yet remake of an Asian horror pic with "Possession."