A devoted son's virtually single-minded care for his slowly dying father is given similarly disciplined focus in He Yuan's gorgeous "Apuda."
Colorless exposition and a lack of imagination or wit stall "Father of Invention" at the starting gate.
One of China's most inventive rising filmmakers, Li Hongqi ("Winter Vacation"), flexes his filmmaking muscles by rethinking the music doc from the ground up.
A terrifyingly overgrown flea turns out to be harmless and likable in "A Monster in Paris," and so does French animator Bibo Bergeron's funny valentine to retro horror and musical conventions.
This look at an Argentine Jewish family demonstrates that a work of art can be made from the humble materials of home-shot video and various 8mm formats, especially when the eye and ear behind the…
To the extent that Michelle Williams' multilayered interpretation of Marilyn Monroe serves as its raison d'etre, "My Week With Marilyn" succeeds stunningly.
Aussie helmer Robert de Young's docu offers a straightforward, satisfying look at its subject's colorful and frequently troubled life.
A transvestite sex worker is confronted by the Muslim-raised teenage daughter he abandoned in "Lovely Man."
At once impressively polished and pared to essentials, "Billy Bishop Goes to War" will enjoy a lengthy shelf life on homevid and cable as the definitive record of arguably the most widely produced…
Originally premiered and reviewed at Toronto, "Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory" arrives at the New York Film Festival with a chilling new epilogue.
To enjoy "Always," Song II-gon's romancer about a has-been boxer and a visually impaired woman, Korean meller fans will need to focus their attention on the film's strong perfs and turn a blind eye…