Constructs its own believably quirky, blackly humorous universe within a realistically grim setting.
"Died Young Stayed Pretty" is a colorful if scattershot sampler of rock poster artists operating outside the commercial mainstream.
Spectacular scenery trumps some melodramatic thesping in the colorful village-set love triangle 'Meadow.'
Schlocky, but mildly amusing as long as a little lighthearted misogyny doesn't bother you.
Inventiveness is sustained with a light touch in "One Night in Supermarket."
A straight-arrow yarn about a childless couple reunited by a young kid.
"Convention" is a bipartisan, upbeat celebration of democracy's delicate membrane and can-do spirit.
Eschewing character arcs and talking heads in favor of a more poetic approach, this lyrical exercise in avant-garde entomology is the work of an intuitive filmmaker with an often hypnotic sense of…