A encounter during a torrential downpour allows a couple of strangers to reconnect with life.
It's big, it's brash, and by golly, it's "Blue."
An aging hitman hopes to finance his retirement with a final assignment.
This is a surefire winner for gay fests and could play strongly among targeted smallscreen auds.
Two priests in a pre-WWI Hungarian boarding school clash over disciplining their rambunctious charges in this uneven drama.
A creepy private institute for physical meditation becomes a ghostly slaughterhouse in 'Yoga.'
"Brotherhood" inevitably will be called "the gay neo-Nazi movie."
A woman's suicide just before Passover creates complications for her loved ones.
An admiring portrait of an individual whose calm, joyous personality makes her quite wonderful company.
A compelling portrait of intersecting times, cultures and places that adds heft to the main story.
Winner of the Hamptons documentary prize, this iconic Robert Flaherty-type docu definitely warrants arthouse exposure.