A love letter to silent cinema sealed with a smirk, "The Artist" reteams director Michel Hazanavicius with dapper "OSS 117" star Jean Dujardin for another high-concept homage, delivering a heartfelt…
A blizzard of cloying sentiment not to be confused with Hollywood's like-titled Hemingway adaptation from 1952.
A somewhat familiar slice of life from helmer Liza Johnson.
The Dardenne brothers' latest reminds you the most compelling stories are unfolding right outside your window.
"Las acacias" touchingly unfolds a passing-ships encounter between a truck driver and a mother who hires him to get her from Paraguay to Buenos Aires.
"Michael" takes a coolly nonjudgmental, non-psychological approach to a disturbing subject.
Helmer Jonathan Caouette's account of his relationship with his mentally ill mother.
Writer-director Cristian Jimenez faithfully adapts Alejandro Zambra's acclaimed novella, "Bonsai," to deliver one of the finest accomplishments from the freewheeling new generation of Chilean…
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.