The sexist abuse women often face in the video gaming world is spotlit in "GTFO."
If the title appeals, you're probably going to be tolerably amused by Jason Lei Howden's New Zealand stew of heavy metal, gore-horror and comedy.
Only completist admirers of Jason Schwartzman's misfit gallery need trouble with this perilously thin tale.
A potent look at civil war in Sudan, "Madina's Dream" provides eyewitness reportage of an ongoing, lesser-sung African regional/ethnic conflict.
The SXSW Film Festival has always been a launching pad for women in Hollywood — it's where Lena Dunham premiered "Tiny Furniture" in 2010, and "Girls" in 2012; where 2011's "Bridesmaids" debuted; and…
A talented Texas Pentacostal clan's attempts to bring their gospel music to a wider audience is the focus of Alan Berg's docu.
An effectively creepy spin on found-footage horror from Brit horror specialist Adam Mason.
This creature feature makes a concerted effort to mimic the style of certain 70s/early 80s supernatural thrillers, particularly Lucio Fulci's 1981 "The House by the Cemetery."
The first major docu on a topic of fast-rising public interest--the increasing militarization of U.S. police departments--"Peace Officer" is as engrossing and well-crafted as it is timely.
Cast of familiar faces and funny people--though they've all had much, much better material--will make this a viable ancillary item.