Daouda Coulibaly's auspicious debut is structured like so many local-area tales, but delivered with a pulse-pounding thrust unique among African cinema.
Goran Paskaljevic's first non-Serbian subject since the Irish "How Harry Became a Tree" fifteen years ago is a collaboration with Indian star/co-writer Victor Banerjee.
This arresting, ambivalent drama finds an aspiring Romanian journalist on ethically questionable turf as he working as a go-between for a foreign outlet.
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Two veteran Canadian filmmakers meet in the middle with "Weirdos," which balances director Bruce McDonald's 80s indie-hipster sensibility and scenarist Daniel MacIvor's penchant for warmer, fuzzier…
The Beatles, for all their utopian good vibes, were no strangers to the dark side of the ’60s. They were, of course, at the center of a rather obsessive conspiracy theory — the first one after the…
A country club massacre, an audacious kidnapping at 20,000 feet, Vietnam, the Black Panther Party, coerced confessions, white justice: There's no shortage of compelling angles to the story of Ishmael…
A handsome, occasionally suspenseful tale set in Colombia's rural northeast, where locals are in an uneasy relationship with shady paramilitary forces.
The words “Internet” and “commerce” go together like “baseball” and “game,” and in 2001, the great documentary “Startup.com” set the gold standard for movies about on-line entrepreneurs. Shot in 1999…
A lithe little psychological puzzler in which lives are stolen, swapped and quite possibly ruined in the space of one ostensibly tranquil weekend.
The risk-taking confidence with which Dunn weaves in sardonic magical-realist elements, not to mention the film's unpredictable yet assured approaches to style and tone, make for an auspicious debut.
Appropriately enough for a movie titled "I.T.," there is a preponderance of hard drives, software, satellite tracking networks, cutting-edge surveillance systems, and banks of large-format monitors…