The pains, unexpected humor and self-reflection expressed by those who experience breast cancer (loved ones as well as patients) are recorded with raw immediacy in S. Casper Wong's personal docu "The…
The impossible dreams of immigrants and the criminals who live off them become a full-blown nightmare in "America," Portuguese helmer Joao Nuno Pinto's compelling and bleakly hilarious debut.
The troubling case of the grossly disfiguring acid attack on Cambodian karaoke star Tat Marina receives emotional and artful treatment in a pic filled with an acute sense of injustice beyond the…
Centered around a highly charged yet rarely articulated rivalry between two adult brothers on an endless Thanksgiving pub crawl, this film seems unlikely to advance beyond festivals.
Ask any tween girl to name her interests, and the list will almost invariably include fashion, adventure and hanging with her BFFs. Add glorious Euro scenery, mistaken identity, horses, and Selena…
Visually arresting and formally impressive, hourlong docu "Bakhmaro" tracks the decline of a South Caucasus restaurant with quiet eloquence.
"Unfinished Spaces" elegantly traces the brief heyday and longer dark years of Cuba's National Art Schools and the campus' unconventional architecture.
"35 and Ticking" is a lightly amusing indie with appreciably more laughs than many more star-studded and heavily hyped comedies of its kind.
"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.