Though not the high-octane genre piece suggested by the premise, "Hijacking" should find itself sailing far friendlier international waters after a healthy festival run.
Best suited to Jewish circuit play and ancillary, the biopic is receiving a week of matinees at Laemmle's Pasadena Playhouse.
Though not particularly deep, this enterprising indie drama does an admirable job pacing the limited bounds of its character triangle.
This psychological quasi-thriller isn't ingenious or weighty enough for arthouse slots, nor suspenseful enough to scare up much mainstream bigscreen trade. Still, offshore tube and VOD buyers might…
"Son" plays like a parody of an Italo pic, furthering the peninsula's diminishing rep on the international cinema scene.
Solid and involving, this docu about giving land in Paraguay back to native inhabitants will resonate with docu fest auds.
Late American writer Glenway Wescott's classic 1945 novel "Apartment in Athens" is faithfully brought to the screen.
There's about as much depth as it sounds like there should be in Brazilian-Dutch co-production "Artificial Paradises," a two-ships-passing-in-the-night romance.
This footnote to Werner Fassbinder's ouevre should intrigue the many arthouse types still fascinated by the director's films and life.
Made with the bittersweet clarity of hindsight and the assurance of a director in peak form, "Something in the Air" is Olivier Assayas' wise and wistful memory-piece on the revolutionary fervor that…
Prasanna Vithnage's latest feature is a slow-moving but ultimately touching drama about a marriage doomed by ethnic conflict.