Bucolic farce veers abruptly into nightmare when Stalin's death interrupts a young couple's wedding celebration.
"The Barons" is an often witty take on life in the multicultural Molenbeek nabe of Brussels.
Dutch-Frisian director Steven de Jong tackles his native province's biggest claim to fame in the technically impressive "The Hell of '63."
Pic is a compelling, gracefully told account of an extraordinary Spanish double agent during WWII.
A genial schlub pining for his ex-wife conjures up the spirit of Marilyn Monroe and asks her for relationship advice in helmer Leonardo Pieraccioni's mild biannual Christmas entry, "Marilyn & I."
A touching and tender portrait of three feisty girls coping with a fatherless childhood, "Sisters" reps an accomplished sophomore bow by Gallic helmer Eleonore Faucher.
Antwerp and Albania are the twin stages of tragedy in the stylish Belgian thriller "Dossier K."
"The Silver Fez" follows a classic David vs. Goliath struggle for the titular trophy.
This unfolds inside a partially destroyed soccer stadium in Kirkuk, Iraq.
The belles of Britain's most anarchic private school get to ride again.
Supernatural thriller is nowhere near as bad as its invisible marketing strategy might suggest.