An atypically low-key and unglamorous film from Gallic mainstream writer-director Cedric Klapisch ("Paris").
An 18th-century murder investigation provides frequent laughs in "Detective K: Secret of Virtuous Widow."
A kind-hearted coming-of-age drama with killer waves.
The sometimes moldy legacy of Hammer Horror gets due tribute from "Wake Wood," a preposterous but not entirely unprepossessing supernatural thriller.
A winning Quebecoix romantic comedy from helmer Sophie Lorain.
Intriguing psychological thriller "Second-Story Man" is told through the unreliable viewpoint of a protag whose grip on reality slips after his partner is killed.
A raucous, eye-opening, sad and unexpectedly wise look at veteran punk rockers as they adapt to the challenges of fatherhood.
Boasts a handsome, folkloric look that is often undermined by a ham-handed script.
"Dragons" may not be perfect, but it demonstrates an increasingly rare sense of scope and pageantry best served by the bigscreen.
Like a chameleon, Marcin Sauter's "North From Calabria" cleverly slips between narrative whimsy and documentary reality.
A deaf Jewish teen from Queens finds her voice as a young American Sign Language poet in "Deaf Jam."