"Mafrouza/Heart" plunges the viewer straight into the lives of its subjects with no explanation for those unacquainted with "Mafrouza -- Oh Night!"
Enthusiasts of miserabilist, minimalist Asian digital filmmaking will get all they expect, in spades, from "Sweet Food City."
"Tonight I'll Sleep at Yours" takes a lighthearted look at commitment phobia and its effects on a toothsome Parisian couple.
A well-rounded portrait created by a doggedly determined filmmaker and the calm, detached audio of its deceased subject, "My Name is Albert Ayler" brings a sense of logic and humanity to a man whose…
An old-fashioned period adventure that radiates star wattage but doesn't exactly shine in the script department.
Thai vet Prachya Pinkaew follows up his hit Tony Jaa films "Ong-bak: The Thai Warrior" and "Tom-Yum-Goong" with "Chocolate," a less tasty martial-arts actioner featuring an autistic kickboxing queen…
A black South African filmmaker obsessed with white women carelessly wraps a deliberately provocative concept in a dull sheen of self-obsession.
All eyes are fixed on an anguished Lady Macbeth slowly crossing the Folger Theater stage in her infamous nightmare scene when an eerie sight occurs.