Alexander Zolotukhin's debut film, 'A Russian Youth,' melds music and image in a unique way. It doesn't all work, but makes for fascinating cinema.
'Kinder' offers a fantasy of youth in the German capital, which doubles up as an advert for the city's transit system.
'What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael' is essential watching for any critic still looking for their voice.
'Sune vs Sune', based on the wildly popular Swedish children's books, is another classic trip with the Anderssons.
'Family Members' is a curious mix of the whimsical and the serious that doesn't quite coalesce.
'Demons', a horror comedy from Singapore, only lands half of its jokes and even less of its horrors.
A strange case of artistic theft haunts The Plagiarists, a curious two-part film that combines theatre, literary theory, and lo-fi independent cinema. A rough and ready...
'Vanishing Days' joins 'Crosscurrent' and 'Long Day's Journey into Night' as another beautiful and poetic Chinese film.
A scabrous study in small-town dysfunction, The Miracle of the Sargasso Sea (To thávma tis thálassas ton Sargassón) is a dirty plunge into the heart of darkness...
If you like films that stretch the very limits of what French cinema can do, don't watch 'Jessica Forever.'