Argentine director Damián Szifron shows how little things gone amiss can produce dark twists.
Irishman Lenny Abrahamson takes a darkly funny look at a band that's out of its collective mind.
Jim Jarmusch's take on loving but weary vampires is a sophisticated delight.
Three French directors give a middle-aged reveler a new look on life.
Alexander Payne's latest American snapshot is about advancing age and illusory prizes.
German veteran Werner Herzog's short on the perils of texting and driving misses the mark.
Louis Leterrier's magic tricks caper flick has Hitchcock verve and wit to spare.
When you're old, broke and angry, blame immigrants and sell drugs.
Nicolas Winding Refn goes east into Thailand, where very bad things happen.
Making amends for World War II "errors" can suddenly involve an entire family.
Director Jonathan Nossiter is all over the place in this faulty Rio farce.
Put a brilliant British actor in the hands of a brilliant French director and lights go on.