Little Fish, written and directed by Rowan Woods, is a film about a dysfunctional family learning to cope with the lies and betrayals of their recent past.
Acclaimed writer and director Woody Allen ends his hiatus with his latest film, Match Point. Allen takes the initiative to venture beyond the Bronx, New Jersey and Cosmopolitan New York to London.
Cache (Hidden), written and directed by Michael Haneke, follows Georges, a television talk show host, and his wife Anne, played by Daniel Auteuil and Juliette Binoche. These characters live an idyllic life of dinner parties, swim meets, and private schools. Their tranquil life, however, is shattered when a series of mysterious videotapes begin to turn up on their doorstep.
How does one create music when one is eighty percent deaf? Such a premise would seem to be ripe pickings for a new breed of Hollywood-esque docudramas that have been growing inpopularity lately (ie. Spellbound, Murderball, Mad Hot Ballroom, etc.). However, Thomas Riedelsheimer's documentary about Scottish percussionist Evelyn Glennie, transcends the formulaic and is a meditation on human communication, sensation and experience.