'The Portuguese Woman' adapted from the novel by Robert Musil, boasts an impressive colour palette, but the story sends you to sleep.
Depicting one girl's choice between modernity and tradition, 'On The Starting Line' gathers its power from the simplicity of its style.
As vital as it is enjoyable, 'Flatland' uses the road movie genre to deconstruct the modern myth of South Africa as the "rainbow nation."
'Felt', the latest film from Jason Banker, is a clever look at relations between the sexes and a wake-up call to the world.
Berlinale serves as a prognosis of the current state of cinema, both mainstream and independent, and shapes the cultural conversation for the rest of the year...
In The Aisles is the kind of film that lulls the viewer into a false sense of security. Opening with the sight of forklifts dancing around...
With 'Unsane' Steven Soderbergh has crafted a high-quality and highly enjoyable thriller.
'Yardie' is a promising filmmaking debut for the great actor that is eventually consumed by a lazy third act.
Josephine Decker has established herself as one of America’s most exciting auteurs with Madeline’s Madeline, a metafictional story about psychosis and the melding of art with...
'Khook' deconstructs the ego of the modern male film director through a pitch-black comic lens.