Gaul-based helmer Tony Gatlif pays earnest but problematic homage to the Outrage/Occupy movement with "Indignados."
Filmmakers have taken the idea of prison theatricals and fashioned it into an attractive yet only superficially thought-provoking semi-docu.
"Winter Nomads" provides a closeup of two people who've chosen to continue the tradition of shepherd-led flock migrations.
First-time writer-director Aurora Guerrero captures the dynamics of friendship between 15-year-old girls.
Sobering docu describes the involuntary servitude of African-Americans that continued long past the Emancipation Proclamation.
This Icelandic crime thriller is a little too indebted to a slew of like-minded gangster movies, from "GoodFellas" to exec producer Nicolas Winding Refn's own original "Pusher" pic.
Ardently passionate and naturally provocative, this eco-chronicle has the informality of an Occupy encampment, the militancy of anti-whaler Paul Watson and a genuine sense of history.
Poking fun at the restaurant world, French helmer Daniel Cohen's genial, broadly played comedy dishes up easily digestible laughs.
Aware of the fact that he will be dead the next day, an apparently healthy Senegalese man says his goodbyes in "Today."
After being abducted as girl and held prisoner for eight years by a strange man, a young woman tries to adjust to freedom.
Pic operates on the notion that indiscriminate action in service of a formulaic script will keep auds clutching their armrests, but the results fail to grip.
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