Around a Small Mountain (Cinema Guild) Directed by Jacques Rivette
Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo (Argot) Directed by Jessica Orek
Bill Cunningham: New York (Zeitgeist) Directed by Richard Press
New York Times street-style photographer is a captivating character: accepting no pay for his work snapping stills of Manhattan's chic and elite, living minimally and alone---not even the documentary can solve this puzzle.
Mesrine: Public Enemy Number 1 (Alliance) Directed by Jean-François Richet
You don't have to see part one, Mesrine: Killer Instinct, to get hooked on this gripping and gruesome second instalment chronicling French gangster Jacques Mesrine's (Vincent Cassel) post-jail criminal life and demise.
The Round Up (eOne) Directed by Roselyne Bosch
Submarine (Alliance) Directed by Richard Ayoade
Tabloid (eOne) Directed by Errol Morris
This documentary starring Joyce McKinney examines her very public private life after she "kidnapped" the Mormon missionary with whom she was smitten. It's hard to tell fact from fiction as McKinney appears increasingly deluded.
The Tempest (Maple) Directed by Julie Taymor
Navigating the line between Shakespearean dialogue and contemporary touches, including the gender switch of Prospero to Prospera (Helen Mirren), this adaptation is entertaining---comedic talent includes Russell Brand---and enticing.
The Trip (Alliance) Directed by Michael Winterbottom
Brit powerhouses Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon venture across England on a food-critiquing road trip for Coogan's work. Their meals develop a pattern of one-upmanship with their celebrity impersonations while ruthlessly mocking the other.
Waste Land (eOne) Directed by Lucy Walker
YSL: L'Amour Fou (Mongrel) Directed by Pierre Thoretton
Favourite movie as a child: Disney’s Beauty And The Beast. Favourite movie now: Hannah And Her Sisters.