A confident and beautifully crafted second film from Norwegian helmer Joachim Trier.
It's the end of the world but also the start of something new for Lars von Trier, whose mind-blowing "Melancholia" offers perhaps the gentlest depiction of annihilation one could imagine from any…
The genial and at times genuinely inventive pic should achieve modest arthouse success.
First-time Korean helmer Kwon Hyeok-jae provides top thrills with a compatible comic underpinning in frenetic fugitive actioner "Troubleshooter."
A closeted married man roiling with tension develops a disturbed obsession with his friends' son in Oliver Hermanus' well-modulated sophomore feature "Beauty."
Even without the wire hangers, Eva Ionesco's semi-autobiographical debut, "My Little Princess," feels an awful lot like other monster-mommy tales, only this time.
More a mashup of production numbers than a docu, pic shows little direction from co-helmers Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra and Jeff Zimbalist but lots of editing (Zimbalist's other hat).
The multiple personalities that helmer Kamen Kalev believes co-exist within us all find their match in the oddly schizophrenic storytelling of "The Island."
A blood-and-thunder melodrama bordering on horror, albeit played in a curiously low key, Philip Gelatt's "The Bleeding House" recalls recent home-invasion thrillers as well as the quasi-religious…
Veteran filmmaker Andre Techine's latest film takes a multistrand approach in "Unforgivable," the complex story of a famous writer's sexy daughter, who goes missing in Venice.