A wealth of metaphors and film influences overwhelm Hicham Lasri's sophomore feature, "The End." Extremely ambitious and striking in the details, this audacious, sure-to-be-controversial…
British helmer Carol Morley delivers her most assured work to date with "Dreams of a Life," exploring the mystery of a 38-year-old Londoner whose body was discovered decomposing in her apartment more…
As perfect as a whole day of sunshine, Korean femme-centric ensembler "Sunny" is a warm ray of cinematic light that elicits joy and tears in equal measure.
An ambitious Brit indie that doesn't quite meet the expectations it raises, "Eliminate: Archie Cookson" starts as a droll sad-sack spin on spy spoofery, but by the end has shifted from comedy toward…
Xan Aranda's docu on unclassifiable singer-songwriter-composer Andrew Bird follows the indie artist on a grueling 165-stop concert tour.
Relentless building-block puzzle Tetris, perhaps the most popular videogame ever created, gets "King of Kong"-style treatment in "Ecstasy of Order."
Social realism and slow-burn suspense combine to create solid if rather familiar results in "Amok."
The selling point for Sam Neave's "Almost in Love" is that the helmer shot the pic in just two takes, of about 40 minutes each.
"What do we lose when we lose the night?" is the question asked by "The City Dark," an informative, well-rounded look at light pollution told with a star-gazing enthusiast's passion for his subject.
The qualifier "rising" no longer needs to be added to "helmer" when describing Umesh Vinayak Kulkarni after "The Temple," the director's third and best feature to date.
"Adventures in Plymptoons!" pays tribute to Oscar-nominated animator Bill Plympton, very much in the style of his own gleefully impudent work.