Helmer Emmanuel Mouret loses his way among the bourgeois bedrooms and turns out a clunker.
Julio Jorquera's moody feature concerns the love affair between a middle-aged boxer and a morose young restaurant worker.
Any soccer fan who's longed to eavesdrop on the onfield dialogue between headset-wearing referees will get a kick out of this docu.
Pic surveys the amateur boxing scene where would-be champions begin fighting officially as early as age 8, unofficially even earlier.
A young shutterbug and his cohorts discover unexpected love in this fest darling.
There's a heaping helping of inspirational uplift for family auds to sample in "The Lamp," an innocuous feel-good indie about a deeply depressed man saved by a mystical spirit.
As wispy and languid as a golden afternoon, frosh helmer Alessandro Comodin's "Summer of Giacomo" is a docu-fiction hybrid that hardcore auteurist auds will find lovely, and most mainstream viewers…
A poetic travelogue on the remote mid-Atlantic island of Corvo in the Azores, "It's the Earth Not the Moon" is a natural follow-up to Goncalo Tocha's previous docu, "Balaou," though here he's focused…
An Antipodean "let's put on a show" ethos encounters an alleged hex on an unwieldy musical opus in the charming docu "The Curse of the Gothic Symphony."
An intense prison-break drama that fails to seize its chances as effectively as its jailbird protags, "The Bones Tunnel" promises more than it delivers.
Starting from scratch, a frazzled but talented group of artists must write, cast, direct, rehearse and present four 20-minute Broadway musicals in 24 hours in "One Night Stand," a documentary that…