A genre mash-up of indie dramedy and kaiju, which links a woman and a giant lizard


The Lost City of Z

One man’s early forays into the uncharted Amazon are part real-life adventure tale and part journey of self-discovery


A Romanian drama explores the ever-ensnaring web of systemic corruption


A by-the-book throwback to those campy domestic thrillers of yore


The annual festival offers nearly two dozen films from Israel and around the world representing Jewish experiences from comic to dramatic

The Fate of the Furious

It’s more cars, more wrecks and saving the whole world in the latest ‘Fast and Furious’

Free Fire

Ben Wheatley’s film is perfect if you need nothing more than a silly non-stop shoot-out

The Promise

Fans of the tragic war-romance genre should find this film engaging, despite its predictability

Donald Cried

This indie film is a cringe dramedy about revisiting the past


A predictable and somewhat sunny melodrama about a custody battle for a gifted child


François Ozon’s drama recounts the emotional toll suffered in the immediate aftermath of the First World War

The second annual Japanese Film Festival takes place at Row House Cinema

Samurai Cat, House and Sailor Moon R are among the offerings

The 11th annual Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival Faces of Identity continues in Pittsburgh

Five films, on topics from eagles to Earth, close out the final week

Personal Shopper

Kristen Stewart shines in this tale about ghosts and getting on with things

The Zookeeper’s Wife

Niki Caro’s film is an effective, if familiar, piece of war-based melodrama




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