The latest from the Spanish auteur behind genre mashups such as "800 Bullets" and "El Crimen Ferpecto" finds a home under the big top with this insane and insanely funny dark comedy about dueling clowns.
A dazzling feature debut stars Anna Margaret Hollyman as a famed 1920s evangelist who does some devilish things to get right with God.
The director of "Kicking & Screaming" finally matures as a storyteller with a frenzied young woman as his muse.
The toll of being a soldier during the Great Purge in the Soviet Union is vividly rendered in Aleksey Chupov and Natasha Merkulova’s surreal drama.
Mexico's official entry to the Oscars doesn't show the country in the best light, but its director may be one of its brightest stars with this deliberate thriller about a pageant queen caught up in the local drug wars.
A woman wonders if she can regain a sense of herself by surrendering to a way of life she's done her best to avoid in this devious comedy.
The writer/director makes a strong impression with his feature debut pondering what constitutes sexual orientation without the physical act of sex.
On a sleepy island, the political intrigue runs hot in this killer satire from the writer/director of "Sarah Prefers to Run."
Genre purists might have quibbles, but the director of "The Wackness" and "50/50" delivers the unexpected with a zombie romantic comedy with heart.
For a company that found success getting real with games like "Mortal Kombat" and "NBA Jam," this candid history is an appropriate tribute.
In reshaping Yasmina Reza's razorsharp play for film, Roman Polanski has crafted the best possible adaptation that still can't help but feel a little bit dull.
The "Pit Stop" director exquisitely brings a generation of gay men that disappeared during the AIDS crisis to vivid life in this moving drama.