A Quebec film school graduate takes her camera to the traveling amusement park where she has a summer job in "Fair Sex," by Canuck scribe-helmer Martin Laroche ("Modernaire").
Argentine-born artist Rirkrit Tiravanija charts the real-time, day-to-day peregrinations of a retired rice farmer as he moves around his rural Thai village.
A cinematic cri de coeur from a nation in physically and psychologically dire straits.
As a kid, I was fairly confident that "The Man With the Golden Gun" was the best of the Bond movies. It featured my favorite villain (peerless character actor Christopher Lee as Scaramanga), my…
A member of Pakistan's transgender community, the Khusras, plays a slightly fictionalized version of himself in "Noor," the feature debut of peripatetic helming-writing duo Cagla Zencirci and…
A lone-wolf former soldier and a teenage girl looking for love away from home make for the proverbial odd couple in "To Kill a Beaver," a peculiar but intriguing character study from Polish helmer…
In tough times, Spaniards turn to family, which is just what thesp-turned-helmer Paco Leon has done with his distinctive, enjoyable debut, "Carmina or Blow Up."
A stuck-up politician with a PR problem, his chatterbox wife and a famous but clueless goth rocker get lost in a Baltic forest in the diverting if not entirely smooth genre mashup "Mushrooming."
A Montana couple raising a canus lupus in captivity is chronicled in docu "True Wolf," which offers rather hazy argument in favor of reintroducing the species into areas where it's long been hunted…
Occasionally a director will essay a variation on "La Ronde," Max Ophuls' splendid filmization of the (in)famous Schnitzler play that follows the amorous encounters of an interlocking succession of…
A title as naive as "The Good Man" is a virtual neon sign flashing "Moral Ambiguities to Follow," but it still won't prepare auds for the haunting upshot of Phil Harrison's low-budget, highly…