Echoes of Jean Renoir and Robert Altman ring through the wings of "Sunny Spells," a captivating backstage dramedy set during France's annual Avignon Theater Festival.
The play's the thing -- but certainly not everything -- in Czech helmer Petr Zelenka's "The Karamazovs," which incorporates large chunks of a stage production of Dostoyevsky's novel.
A colorful, fast-paced adaptation/abridgement of a popular literary novel referred to as Sweden's "Catcher in the Rye," helmer Daniel Wallentin's debut feature, "One Eye Red," can be appreciated in…
At first glance, "Dog Bite Dog" seems disappointingly diffuse, strong visually but unfocused in terms of character, social context or plot.
It might be a comedy about a literary fraud, and underscored by the notoriously proclivities of the publishing world, but "Who Is KK Downey?" is the real thing.
Quentin Tarantino asked Larry Bishop to create a biker movie like the ones the latter had acted in nearly 40 years ago. The resulting slavish dead-genre tribute, "Hell Ride," is perhaps most uncanny…
A pre-adolescent receives "Blood Sport"-style training from his own sicko dad in "Un monde a nous," a conceptually awkward but skillfully realized thriller from Frederic Balekdjian ("Gamblers").
If the devil is in the details, then Stanley Kubrick had a fruitful pact with Mephistopheles, judging by "Stanley Kubrick's Boxes."
"Dog in a Sidecar," Kichitaro Negishi's subtly nuanced, strikingly thesped summer's tale about a little girl whose horizons are expanded by her encounter with a free-spirited young woman, unfolds in…
Taking as its theme the enmity between two groups of soccer fans, "Rivals" is a disappointing comedy from a helmer, Fernando Colomo, whose best work once helped define a Spanish generation.
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