Istanbul as either a cat lover’s paradise or a cat hater’s hell.
A Peruvian film that attempts to be a film for and about the oversaturated teenage mind, and seemingly designed to be viewed on a laptop.
Rising British director Andrea Arnold makes her first onscreen journey through the States
It might take the discrepancy of a former boy wizard shaving his head to pique your interest, but you should have a lot to mull over when the credits roll.
You might have seen a lot of movies, but you probably haven't seen one about native Mayan pig farmers in Guatemala, with dialogue in Kaqchikel.
At 98 minutes, this entertaining and quietly ambitious film never wears out its welcome and stays true to its small-scale intentions.
The most imaginative, subversive, and joyfully juvenile variation of a mid-2000s indie romcom imaginable.
This portmanteau of the 1960’s counterculture figure creates a portrait of a prickly, uncompromising man. It eschews the normal rock bio-doc format, and it’s all the better for it.
Yes, the “nuts” of the title is a double entendre, and what starts out as a movie that seems to be the quirky story of an intriguing, forgotten man turns into an exploration of the dangerous traps of the documentary format.