The lensing is flawless in "White Elephant," but the same can't be said for the script, which tries to keep too many thematic balls in the air without privileging any one.
An unassuming, engaging take on the determined struggle of a blind woman to become a mother, Roberto Perez Toledo's debut is equally convincing as drama and as exploration of the emotional…
A broken family serves as a metaphor for a damaged society in this potent drama from Bosnian helmer-writer Aida Begic.
Ken Loach and screenwriting partner Paul Laverty are in breezy form with this amiable comedy about young Glaswegian roughnecks discovering the world of whisky.
A routine, even mundane crime story relayed in tones of world-weary fatigue, 'Killing Them Softly' deglams the mob movie to coolly distinctive if rarely pulse-quickening effect.
A quietly devastating exploration of the cruel paradox that, in order to feed their loved ones, emigrants have to leave them behind.
Perhaps the best that can be said for the years-in-the-works "Men in Black 3" is that its prolonged, difficult development rarely leaves visible scars on the finished product.
The appalling and frightening scale of how much waste is produced worldwide, and how badly it's managed and treated, is laid out with didactic clarity in "Trashed," Brit writer-helmer Candida Brady's…
Tyro feature helmer Benjamin Avila revisits his fraught early years during Argentina's military dictatorship in "Clandestine Childhood," a fictionalized account that mixes truth and artistic license…
The running joke that Jerry Lewis gets more buddy love in France than at home is part of what drives producer-director Gregg Barson's besotted but sharply crafted "Method to the Madness of Jerry…
Love is dramatically lost, unexpectedly regained and then gradually poisoned by uncertainty and jealousy in Alfred de Musset's story.