Exuberant musical comedy from helmer Vincent Bal successfully channels the beating heart of classic Hollywood.
The fraternal directing duo's eighth narrative feature is a woozy, last-of-the-summer-wine pleasure, one that never lets the gravity of its thematic concerns — sex and death, sometimes at once — get…
The convincing atmosphere, performances and (natch) soundtrack of vintage Yank R&B obscurities make this an enjoyable throwback to a scene whose influence eventually traveled far.
Competent if pedestrian "Urban Hymn" takes a familiar walk down the path of inspirational youth drama.
A perky generation-gap fable that sneaks some surprisingly conservative gender politics into its stainless new world of online startups.
An appealing dramedy about five financially strapped men hired to paint the center stripe along 120 miles of Mexican state highway.
Canadian helmer Jamie Dagg's debut thriller is slow to get going and hampered by an inexpressive leading man.
An hour into "Black" co-directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah's powerhouse street romance, 15-year-old Mavela (Martha Canga Antonio) learns the consequences of stepping out with a member of a…
Given the recent rise in popularity of the mutant-sized sushi burrito and other dubious but satisfying fusion-cuisine hybrids, the time feels improbably right for "East Side Sushi," a gently winning…
Documaker Marko Skop creates an unglamorous but full-bodied role for veteran thesp Emilia Vasaryova.
Ines Tanovic's compelling drama is Bosnia's official submission for foreign language Oscar consideration.