Drive-Away Dolls

With Drive-Away Dolls, his second solo feature without brother Joel, iconic filmmaker Ethan Coen proves that, along with his lifetime editor and wife Tricia Cooke, they too can produce a [...]

Driving Madaleine

With Driving Madaleine, director and co-writer Christian Caron, has wrought a minor miracle, in terms of striking a balance between comedy and drama, and between philosophy and action, all of [...]

Io Capitano

Io Capitano marks a significant comeback for a well-known Italian filmmaker Matteo Garrone (Gomorrah, Tale of Tales, Dogman). The harrowing feature takes viewers into a visceral world of migrant struggles [...]

God & Country

God & Country from producer Rob Reiner (The Princess Bride, When Harry Met Sally) and director Dan Partland may not seem to reveal too much as a whole, especially to [...]

The Promised Land

The sweeping historical epic is a longtime favorite genre for filmmakers. Even now, outside of the genre’s heyday, there are still quite a few that pop up. Recent examples include Napoleon, The [...]

How to Have Sex

An emotionally raw, energetic, fractured and finally poignant coming-of-age drama about a trio of young women who go on a summer trip together to a beach resort on the Greek [...]

Pictures of Ghosts

Bacurau writer/director Kleber Mendonça Filho's personal and in-depth Pictures of Ghosts explores the history of his home town of Recife, while examining the deep cultural impact of Brazilian movie palaces. [...]

Tótem

Sentimental and manipulative would be the inevitable criticism of Tótem if writer-director Lila Avilés second dramatic feature were a Hollywood studio-driven movie. Luckily, it isn't, though the set-up has all the [...]

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