Hardly more than a brief press agency report at the time -- but the subject of a play and numerous websites since -- the death of American peace activist Rachel Corrie in the Gaza Strip in March 2003…
It's doubtful filmmaker Ted Schillinger, in chronicling the crusade of pro-death-penalty "retributionalist" Robert Blecker, deliberately intended to give him enough rope to hang himself.
Like the burg of its title, docu love letter "In Berlin" is urbane, multicultural and a pleasure to visit.
Structured as a mock docu, this brightly designed feature debut by vet stunt coordinator Alison Reid offers feisty, sometimes lowbrow fun. Incorporating the real-life pregnancies of its game leading…
Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the Paris suburbs, writer-producer Luc Besson lobs another Molotov cocktail at the screen with "District B13: Ultimatum." Fun and frenetic sequel to…
A nascent talent is revealed in South Korean observational drama "The Day After," though where it may lead is anyone's guess from the evidence presented. First feature by femme activist Lee…
The title "Kashmir: Journey to Freedom" refers to a nonviolent resistance movement founded by a new generation of Muslim Kashmiris to achieve independence from India and Pakistan and a return to…
A strong performance by rising star Malin Crepin and some hot sex scenes lift "In Your Veins" slightly above the average junkie drama.
In the run-of-the-mill, Zurich-set ensembler "Happy New Year," the title holiday sparks some new opportunities for those bold enough to grab them.
The existentialist crisis of a jazz musician makes for confusing and finally soporific drama in "Sleeping Songs."
Bleak present-day realities clash with dreams of a brighter future in docu "The Wondrous World of Laundry," which examines the drab but dignified lives of several femme workers at an industrial…