Spanish avant-garde helmer Pere Portabella's "The Silence Before Bach" defies categorization.
Stacy Peralta's bracing "Made in America" grimly examines the causes and nature of South Central's epidemic violence.
A simple, saccharine-free love letter to a fast-disappearing India, "Little Box of Sweets" reps an impressive directorial debut by U.K.-based actress Meneka Das that's perfect for niche outings and…
"Donkey Punch" is half lurid and half just murky.
Boaz Yakin's "Death in Love" is as ambitious as it is stultifying and deadly to watch.
The tale of an elderly airport janitor mistaken for a glamorous international pilot by his working-class neighborhood kids.
Cynthia Lester's deeply and sometimes unsettlingly personal doc gives an up-close view of a woman -- Lester's 61-year-old mother -- whose severe hoarding disorder has profoundly affected her life and…
Tyro writer-director Chusy Haney-Jardine's pretentious "Anywhere USA" is dressed up in postmodern smarty pants, only to resolve as an excessively overlong personal project that chases its own tail.
Contrived excess is rarely as entertaining as it is in the ironically titled "Just Another Love Story," a furiously overheated romantic thriller.
While gem-hard in its political realism, "Strangers" is generous enough to suggest love may actually triumph.
Vet documaker Lisa F. Jackson offers a harrowing look at violence against women as a war crime in "The Greatest Silence: Rape in the Congo."