Hayao Miyazaki's "Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea," unfolds with a magic limpidity, teeming with imaginative transports that owe nothing to CGI.
The story of a protective father's overweening love for his mentally unstable daughter plays out against the backdrop of fascist Italy in Pupi Avati's 37th feature,
There's plenty of irony in the title "A Perfect Day," popular helmer Ferzan Ozpetek's look at a volatile family's meltdown over the course of 24 hours.
Still waters run sublimely deep in the deceptively placid, thought-provoking family drama "It All Begins at Sea."
A naive Belgrade-based theater company embarks on an increasingly dangerous whistle-stop of the 1993 Bosnian war-torn stix in vet writer-helmer Goran Markovic's jet-black road movie, "The Tour"
That staple of the modern documentary -- the dysfunctional family -- receives a couple of unique twists in "Prodigal Sons," a sad, compelling docu that leaves a few key questions frustratingly…
The 14 producers didn't spend much time reading the script, to judge by the narrative mire into which "Plastic City" sinks.
Billing itself as probably "Malaysia's first Manglish so-called musical," multihyphenate Yeo Joon-han's "Sell Out!" is an overlong attempt at a satire on business and media greed that's played and…
The warmth radiating from "35 Shots of Rum" reminds viewers how rarely movies capture the easygoing love embodied in a functional family.
Vet docu-essayist Avi Mograbi permits his personal ideology, interests and, per usual, onscreen seriocomic musings to overpower "Z32," an idiosyncratic take on soldiers' traumatic memories of horrors…
Thesp-turned-writer-director Laetitia Colombani's sophomore feature takes a mildly satiric look at celebrity culture and the French film industry itself.