There's a whole lot of meowing in "Miss Minoes," a bland, kid-friendly Dutch tale of a pussycat-turned-woman.
A modestly inventive and involving variation on a standard-issue sci-fi doomsday scenario.
The early years of Juan and Eva Peron's relationship are the subject of "Juan and Eva," writer-director Paula de Luque's elegant, well-crafted meditation on the relationship between the private and…
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Five renowned musicians come together to perform a one-off concert in a small Sicilian town in the superbly wrought docu "Silence: All Roads Lead to Music."
The 3D is terrific in "Flying Swords of Dragon Gate," but helmer Tsui Hark's costume actioner -- the first Chinese-lingo movie shown in the stereoscopic Imax format -- is let down by two-dimensional…
"Dirty Old Town" is an affectionate, if scattered and overstuffed, love letter to holdouts from the pre-gentrification era of Manhattan's Lower East Side, when the area was a hotbed for artists and…
Tyro Romanian helmer Gabriel Achim follows the fortunes of a scrawny worker-safety engineer over the course of a fateful day in the '80s-set black comedy "Adalbert's Dream."
A slickly packaged addition to the myriad documentaries made about the recent events in Cairo's Tahrir Square, "1/2 Revolution" offers the privileged perspective of a group of filmmaker/activist…
The first of four feature docus (under the banner title "Tales of West Street") about an old neighborhood on the verge of gentrification in Dujiangyan, Sichuan province, "The Vanishing Spring Light"…
French documaker Jacques Perrin diverts from his fascination with nature ("Microcosmos," "Winged Migration," "Oceans") with "The Empire of Mid-South," a poignant, poetic found-footage feature on…
Thesping powerhouse Vidya Balan goes as far as Bollywood conventions will allow in "The Dirty Picture," which traces the rise and fall of a 1980s Indian film goddess.