Peruvian cuisine's global popularity has no more vocal champion than Gaston Acurio, restaurateur extraordinaire and subject of Patricia Perez's worshipful, mouth-watering docu.
Goran Hugo Olsson doesn't make documentaries so much as incendiary devices, diving deep into Swedish film archives for vintage clips that have sat like so much undetonated ordnance all these years…
North Korea can rest easy: America comes off looking at least as bad as the DPRK in "The Interview," an alleged satire that's about as funny as a Communist food shortage, and just as protracted.
The past may be immortal, but not so the reanimating magic that turns New York's American Museum of Natural History into a dusk-to-dawn happy hour for dinosaurs and Neanderthals, explorers and…
A straightforward, absorbing docu that follows a group of Syrian refugee women performing an adapted version of Euripides' "The Trojan Women" which incorporates their own stories.
A helming debut that crackles with deadpan humor, feisty perfs, rich provincial color, even food for thought.
If Joseph Mankiewicz were alive, one can imagine him wanting to remake "Flowers," with its poignantly old-fashioned premise that also comments on contempo society.
The sorrow of displacement weighs heavily upon Tala Hadid's feature debut, telling of a glum Moroccan-Iraqi searching for his missing brother while protecting a little girl from white slavers.
"The Water Diviner" marks an ambitious if emotionally manipulative directing debut for Russell Crowe.
"Casanova Variations," the film adaptation of a "chamber opera play" by Michael Sturminger, is so full of its own forced charm that only diehard John Malkovich fans will feel enriched.