Comic murder mystery "A Ghost of a Chance" draws on American tradition and samurai spirit to deliver a hilarious supernatural scenario with a legal angle.
A Circassian Romeo and a Bedouin Juliet clandestinely meet at the center of a cross-cultural powder keg in the corny Jordanian costumer "Cherkess."
Photographer Wang Jiu-liang transfers his documentation of Beijing's garbage dumps onto the bigscreen in this eye-opening docu.
An obsessive, destructive love transforms a caring husband into a bloodthirsty "Beast" in this perversely fascinating psychodrama from Danish helmer Christoffer Boe ("Reconstruction").
Teen boys cope with first love while their female peer tries to negotiate the minefield of male attraction in Nawaf Al-Janahi's flat sophomore feature, "Sea Shadow."
Raw eggs, confetti and a giant clay phallus are just a few of the stereoscopic missiles hurled in the viewer's direction by "A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas."
The dismaying spectacle of a wildly overcrowded Manila maternity ward during Christmastime is pitched midway between docu and drama in Eduardo Roy Jr.'s confident first feature, "Baby Factory."
A Palestinian man seeking revenge lands in Detroit and buddies up with a crystal-meth addict in multihyphenate Sooney Kadouh's uneven debut, "This Narrow Place."
Angry ghosts run amok in a gated community in the tasty T-horror "Laddaland." Centered on an ambitious father who drags his wife and kids to a fancy new home he can't afford, sophomore feature by…
Slow-moving, almost dreamlike Brazilian black-and-white film "Southwest" has the initial feel of a tropical Tarkovsky or a Bela Tarr movie with better weather.
The eponymous Jewish-Sicilian protagonist will do just about anything to break into the family business in "The Return of Joe Rich," a muddled homage to the Chicago mob.