America seen through the activists who built the nation is the concept behind professor-turned-helmer John Gianvito's "Profit Motive and the Whispering Wind."
Thesps Nina Hoss and Devid Striesow are stranded by a half-baked script in "The Heart Is a Dark Forest," a marital drama that completely jumps the rails in its second half.
"Traveling With Pets" reps helmer Vera Storozheva's most accomplished work yet.
A schoolteacher rides naked on a horse through town to win a bet in dire Brit romantic comedy "Lady Godiva."
Inuit mythology is brought to theatrical life in filmed performance piece "Kiviuq."
A seminal battle of wills between Norway's indigenous Sami people and their carpetbagger exploiters has tragic results in Nils Gaup's "The Kautokeino Rebellion."
"Black and White" is a very anemic romantic comedy, whose stab at interracial issues feels decades old.
This middling drama has no glaring faults, but simply lacks the intended urgency.
Amusing but uneven tale of a deluded high school drama teacher's attempt to stage a career-saving extravaganza has some laughs.
The only all-female WWII fighter-pilot regiment gets its day on screen in "Night Witches."
"Meet the Spartans" is yet another scrambled-genre parody from Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer, the same writer-director team that previously unleashed "Date Movie" and "Epic Movie."