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.
This counterfactual tale supposes that the Nazis successfully invaded England following the failure of the D-Day landings and with the menfolk of a small Welsh village having already departed, it's…
The experience of working the mechanized farms of California's Imperial Valley is realized with quiet emotion and elegant aesthetics in "El Field."
While the sheer novelty of a feature about lacrosse may be enough to generate some aud curiosity about "A Warrior's Heart," this respectably crafted but thoroughly predictable indie rarely deviates…
The latest in Joe Swanberg's self-reflective series about artistic indecision (after "Art History," "Silver Bullets" and "The Zone") focuses on real-life performance artist Caitlin Stainken (who also…
"My KoAloha Story" is an engaging portrait of a Hawaii family that rescued its failing fortunes and repaired badly damaged relationships when it entered the ukelele manufacturing business in the…
A Milanese woman complicit in the perpetuation of unsavory capitalist practices breaks out of the rut caused by job, family and love issues in Marina Spada's well-intentioned but weak "My Tomorrow."…