Consider the plight of African child soldiers.
In many respects, this looks more like a dramatized doctoral dissertation on the works of David Cronenberg than it does a movie in its own right.
There's something subversively refreshing about watching a movie so sublimely unconcerned with classical concepts of closure.
Where does one seek truth when the messenger is no longer trustworthy?
Asian cinema’s reigning master of quietism pays tribute to his towering Japanese predecessor.
A cri de coeur on behalf of Europe’s countless undocumented immigrants.
The always extraordinary Julien Poulin plays the lead in Camion.
This Silver Bear (best director) winner from the last Berlin Film Festival explores the lives of four major characters
Working with usual screenwriter Paul Laverty, director Ken Loach has crafted a sidesplitting working-class comedy about a Scottish criminal who seeks redemption through his nose.
In his debut feature, Antej Farac goes to bat for a group of individuals who want to “Kiss” their troubles goodbye.