A daughter and father reunite after many years with unexpected consequences in Leticia Tonos' "Love Child," a small-scale, engagingly told debut whose charms outweigh its flaws.
Proving it pays to stick with a docu subject for the long haul, "Putin's Kiss" tracks four years in the life of a firebrand member of Russia's ultranationalist Nashi movement who eventually has a…
Taking a new tack on the Holocaust documentary, "Jealous of the Birds" examines why any Jews would choose to stay in Germany after the war. It's a question helmer Jordan Bahat addresses first and…
A diverting if lightweight treatment of a serious topic from helmer Giambattista Avellino and co-writer Fabio Bonifacci.
The film is pushed to punishing lengths by the engorged cast list, which prevents any individual plot from deepening beyond single-sentence character descriptions and dilemmas.
Docu focuses on life-size photo cutouts that substitute for shipped-out soldiers.
Anthony Baxter's "You've Been Trumped" takes stock of what happens when a brash celebrity billionaire runs roughshod over geographically pristine foreign turf.
Naghi Nemati's "Three and a Half" starts off with a bang -- or rather, three bangs and a distraught woman with a gun fleeing an apartment.
Using extraordinary clips from Rome's peerless Istituto Luce archive, Marco Bechis constructs a portrait of Italy during the Fascist era in "The Smile of the Leader."
"Young Adult" revels in breaking the rules of safe Hollywood storytelling.
A little late and more than a little goofy, "I Am Singh" splices a very serious subject -- post-9/11 hate crimes against turban-wearing Sikhs -- onto a Bollywood format.