Turkish novelist and Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk makes his second major foray into writing for cinema with "Innocence of Memories," this time in partnership with British director Grant Gee.
Its pervasive girl-power message underlined by the "You can do anything" refrain of Sia's closing pop theme song, this entertaining slice of real-life inspirational adventure should appeal to family…
Hope and horror are commingled to quietly moving effect in "Agnus Dei," a restrained but cumulatively powerful French-Polish drama about the various crises of faith that emerge when a house of God is…
"Audrie & Daisy" indicts a culture in which sexual assault is not only rife, but where its perpetrators all too often seem to escape any legal or other punitive consequences.
An emotional powerhouse of a documentary charting former NFL star Steve Gleason's battle with ALS.
Executed and even scripted with rhetorical intent, news reporter Christine Chubbuck's on-air suicide in 1974 was itself a kind of grotesque performance piece.
The disorienting Blackout experience is different for all (and different each time for repeaters), but can encompass forced nudity, verbal abuse, restraints, brief suffocation, even waterboarding.
When it reaches home-screen platforms, "Jane Got a Gun" almost certainly will find a receptive audience for its revisionist yet respectful spin on genre conventions.
"Operation Avalanche" isn't the first time director Matt Johnson and Owen Williams have played "themselves," although it's hard to imagine a more inventive use of the duo's reality-blurring faux-doc…
From the revealingly sustained closing shot of "The Graduate" to the rich structural sprawl of "Angels in America," Mike Nichols was a filmmaker who often knew the virtues of taking his time.
Philippe Claudel offers no surprises after establishing the initial set up of lonely child and irresponsible white trash adults in eastern France, though the Chicago jury gave the pic several prizes.