"Unhappy Birthday" should attract niche VOD sales, though less adventurous genre fans might bridle at the pic's slow pace and gay content.
Australian-produced "East Bloc Love" surveys the struggle toward gay rights in several former Soviet bloc nations.
Long eclipsed by the inimitable ineptitude of frequent collaborator Ed Wood, Bulgarian-born director Stephen Apostolof posthumously gets some of the attention he craved in docu "Dad Made Dirty…
Prolific gay writer, director, producer and sometime actor Casper Andreas shows signs of maturing talent with "Going Down in La La Land."
The fourth novel by popular Welsh author Sarah Waters to be adapted for U.K. broadcast, "The Night Watch" maintains its predecessors' high standard by successfully translating an even trickier…
Docu "Our School" follows the sad yet resilient journey of three Roma children as they grapple with prejudice and stereotyping.
"Bumblefuck, USA" mixes narrative and documentary elements as a young Dutch woman arrives in a heartland burg to document the lives of gay and lesbian citizens there.
"Billy Elliot" meets "Good Bye Lenin!" doesn't quite do justice to the subtler dimensions of Russian period comedy "My Dad Baryshnikov," but it gets across the major flavors.
The jokey title is just about the only thing that's questionable about David Fine's "Salaam Dunk," which offers a sweet, insightful glance at young Iraqi life from the unusual focal point of a…
The sad, little-known story of the deportation of Cuban-born children to the U.S. is recounted in "Operation Peter Pan: Flying Back to Cuba."
A landslide of catastrophes keeps three hapless roommates one small step ahead of jealous boyfriends, faithless lovers, zealous cops and gun-toting gangsters in "Delhi Belly."