Pepe Danquart's Holocaust drama sticks faithfully but unimaginatively to its source.
Although it can turn overly didactic, Fellipe Barbosa's strongly acted debut is a well-observed study of a wealthy Brazilian family's breakdown.
Lluis Minarro's drama about a 19th-century Spanish monarch is more interested in camp aesthetics than historical biography.
No special knowledge is necessary to empathize with the plucky heroine in Parviz Shahbazi's tense, resonant drama.
Four unconnected strands fail to merge into anything cohesive in Viola Shafik's thoughtful but messy look at Egypt's recent upheavals.
A visually striking but overwrought family drama about the Mafia's unyielding grip on the Italian South.
An amusing and sardonic rural drama set in a stunning area of northeastern Anatolia.
A technically impressive but gimmicky drama that tries to conflate a girl's mourning with a WWI subtheme.
An enjoyable but slight drama that only fitfully lives up to its promise.
Zeynep Dadak and Merve Kayan nail the rhythms of teenspeak in this intriguingly ambitious venture.
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Non-Stop3Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$58.2M Universal Pictures 0.07%