A young Mayan woman finds herself at a crossroads between the ancient and modern worlds in "Volacno," a transporting, hypnotically beautiful debut feature from Guatemalan director Jayro Bustamante.
While we surely haven't seen the last biopic dedicated to his political foil, collaborator and Nobel co-winner Nelson Mandela, filmmakers have proven more resistant to the complex, compromised life…
The lead in this intimate drama about a young woman, equal parts naive and spiteful, is little more than a mixed-up character more victim of her own stupidity than a dupe of society.
Following his youthful gay-themed films "Greek Pete" and "Weekend," and HBO's "Looking," British writer-director Andrew Haigh ventures onto fresh ground with his maturely assured third…
Thought-provoking ideas about the ill psychological and sociological effects produced by expectations of "masculinity" are undermined by rambling and at times glib argumentation in "The Mask You Live…
A life of quiet desperation gets an immersive, occasionally too-quiet treatment in "Bob and the Trees."
A 12-year-old Australian lad discovers a knack for flying the title creation, soaring on his talent and determination to the world paper plane championships in Japan.
The world is full of men content to spend their lives within a few miles of where they were born, men who will love one woman, learn one language and go to their graves hardly having dreamed at all.
Can a filmmaker under house arrest make any more defiant a gesture than by directing a bonafide road movie?
Taisuke Kawamura's dramedy depicting a jellyfish nut's friendship with a cross-dressing fashionista and her bumpy romance with a cherry-boy politician is cutesy, escapist fun.