A lumbering, unmoored soaper of fraternal conflict and romantic healing in the trauma-ridden aftermath of the First World War.
A deranged apartment block landlord graduates from electronic eavesdropping to playing sick and deadly jokes in "The Tenants Downstairs," a lusciously photographed and wildly uneven cavalcade of…
The "invisible man" genre hook is the least successful element in this nicely crafted drama about a man struggling to retain any connection to human society.
This shaggy quasi-thriller offers a drolly amusing, lightly macabre variation on the standard lesbian romantic comedy.
Playwright Ian MacAllister-McDonald's debut feature is a refreshingly grounded, unsentimental yet empathetic slice of D-list teenage life.
Cute anthropomorphic critters deal with some less-than-adorable issues—like depression, murder, environmental disaster and general hopelessness—in "Psychonauts, The Forgotten Children."
Family disputes can be ephemeral things, with hot-headed fury often dissolving into apologetic embraces before the terms of the argument even become clear.
This effects-free indie seriocomedy focuses on an ex-crimefighter who loses his general mojo at the classic fortysomething juncture.
A damning portrait of contemporary Bulgarian society fragmented by class and the rural-urban divide, shot with flexible naturalism and quietly building towards inexorable disaster.
The title of "Moka," an elegantly lean, low-temperature thriller from Swiss writer-director Frédéric Mermoud, turns out to be less enigmatic than it sounds.
This uneasy hybrid from director Todd Kessler never finds its rhythm while detailing the tumultuous romantic dilemma that befalls a young woman smitten with real-life Soca superstar Machel Montano's…