Winner of the East Meets West Award at Santa Barbara, HD-shot pic has a decent shot at offshore arthouse and niche home-format release.
Turns the story of a 1915 uprising at a brutally run boys' reform school into old-fashioned epic drama.
Easily the most mainstream lineup in this category in years, which should boost the program's theatrical potential.
The Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston-starrer is a schmaltzy romantic comedy without the sweetness.
A daunting but dramatic program of shorts that serve as efficient treatments of pressing world concerns.
A Pixar short is the main attraction amid a not-too-shabby lineup.
A criminal mastermind is outwitted by a rival -- and then by the rival's family -- in this amusing if overlong South Korean comedy-thriller.
Phil Grabsky's sequel to 2004's rural Afghan drama, "The Boy Who Plays on the Buddhas of Bamiyan," should follow its well-traveled predecessor's route to international fest play and tube sales.
Broadcasters, fests, Jewish-interest and human-rights events should take note of this well-crafted docu.
Pic reps a minor footnote that will be of most interest to activists and likely ignored by most docu-oriented distribs.