A sustained dark night of the soul, Nina Menkes' "Dissolution" plunges into the disturbed mind of a man haunted by his murder of a Tel Aviv pawnbroker.
Although set in a different milieu entirely, writer-helmer Zou Peng's intriguing sophomore outing "Sauna on Moon" bears striking plot similarities with another Cannes 2011 entry, Bertrand Bonello's…
Greg MacGillivray's documentary is a unique, immersive experience and the first giantscreen film ever to be shot in Saudi Arabia.
Hitchhiking across Bulgaria, an art student meets and eventually falls for a 17-year-old compulsive liar and runaway.
Commander of the Khmer Rouge prison where at least 12,000 Cambodians were killed in the mid- to late '70s, Kaing Guek Eav, better known as Duch, faces the camera in Rithy Panh's sort of documentary…
Spreading outward from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill to Wall Street and the White House, the focus of Josh and Rebecca Tickell's docu is less on the crude-oil pollution of water than on the…
The Gallic comedy recounts frequent shenanigans of a loving couple having problems getting pregnant, mixed with sad, more serious undercurrents.
Channeling Sissy Spacek in "Carrie," lanky redhead Antonia Campbell-Hughes plays a haunted sleepwalker in the tale of a somnambulist factory worker plagued by a local woman's recent death -- and by…
Despite an excess of melodrama, helmer Andrew Lau reteams with scripter Tang Kit-ming ("Look for a Star") to deliver a lush tearjerker that aims to do for Beijing what Woody Allen once did for…
A beleaguered Marvel movie property gets the smart, stylish prequel it deserves.