A young Azerbaijani nobleman falls for a Georgian princess, crossing religions (he's Muslim, she's Eastern Orthodox), cultural backgrounds and even ambitions for their country's future.
Sarah Jessica Parker flies from New York to Italy for a picturesque getaway under the Tuscan sun, but Hollywood cliches follow her through customs in "All Roads Lead to Rome."
A flagrantly derivative but modestly diverting drama of the sort that once claimed acres of shelf space at Blockbuster outlets.
"Now pay attention, because I'm about to tell you the secret of life." These would be hard opening lines for any film to live up to, but when spoken at the beginning of "The Choice" — the latest, and…
A vivid if unabashedly partisan depiction of the clash between indigenous Peruvian minorities and government interests bent on "opening up" protected tribal lands to multinational corporate interests.
Beguiling indie "Driftwood," which won the jury's Narrative Feature Award at Slamdance, treats a fantastical theme in utterly matter-of-fact, pragmatic terms.
Serial murder has rarely seemed a more melancholy calling than it does in "The Eyes of My Mother," a short, decidedly unsweet and wholly startling vision from freshman writer-director Nicolas Pesce.
Laugh quotient will depend primarily on viewer's reaction to Flula Borg, a YouTube star whose Hans & Franz/Wild & Crazy Guy schtick here stretches pretty thin over nearly 80 minutes.
Angela Boatwright's first documentary feature is a bracing look at a thriving underground of punk bands and backyard-party concerts virtually unknown outside L.A.'s Latino communities.
One of the foremost 20th-century shapers of an African-American literature and identity wore many hats in a long, complicated life given valedictory treatment by Bob Hercules and Rita Coburn Whack's…
The fascinating phenomenon of "furries," or people who don anthropomorphic full-body costumes for role-playing purposes, gets some — but not much — light shed on it in "Fursonas."