The ultimate horror scenario of every parent, an offspring's diagnosis with a potentially fatal tumor, is tackled with effective filmmaking brio.
Docu explores the story of a traditional farming community in which Catholic conservatives united with countercultural radicals for a decade-long fight against the French government's plan to extend…
Danish director Frederikke Aspock's feature debut, "Out of Bounds," isn't much of a feature at all, but more of a slender short stretched beyond reason.
Buddhist murder mystery "Mindfulness and Murder" is a visually lush curiosity that blends an Agatha Christie-like structure with luxurious visuals, but at a pace so languid, it fails to excite the…
Satisfyingly sinewy fusion of martial-arts actioner and brain-tickling noir from busy producer-director Peter Ho-sun Chan.
Ballooning bellies are all the rage at a provincial French high school in "17 Girls," the confident debut of sisters Delphine and Muriel Coulin.
Every bit as unremarkable as its generic title might indicate, "Go for It!" serves up a bland recycling of cliches and archetypes from just about every youth-skewing, dance-centric pic to hit the…
A gruff, working-class retiree relearns what makes life precious in the small but heartrending "Volcano," the feature debut of Icelandic helmer Runar Runarsson.
Next-gen Mexican director and AFI grad Gerardo Naranjo delivers with "Miss Bala," a "Scarface"-scary depiction of south-of-the-border crime run amok.
English helmer Michael Radford ("Il Postino") returns to almost-divine music and his nonfiction roots with "Michel Petrucciani," which chronicles the short but intense life of the late, great French…