They may be well-worn documentary subjects, but Cesar Chavez's life and works prove inspiring once again in solid docu "Cesar's Last Fast."
Set in the first nation to classify Web addiction as a clinical diagnosis, "Web Junkie" takes a look at the Chinese government's attempt to stem this "No. 1 public health threat to teenagers."
Illuminating a tradition in much of rural Ethiopia that grossly violates the rights of women and girls, "Difret" presents an important message, albeit in rather clunky narrative terms.
A strikingly assured and ambitious feature debut for writer-director Maya Vitkova, at least to a point, "Viktoria" has a touch of "Garp" and "The Tin Drum," as well as plenty of dryly absurdist…
This debut film by Belle and Sebastian singer-songwriter Stuart Murdoch is a slender exercise in self-conscious charm.
"Somewhere between pleasant and innocuous" is not a description one would -- or should -- expect to apply to a movie whose narrative is triggered by a school massacre. But that pretty well defines…
Bigger-not-better sequel "Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead" picks up where the 2009 first edition left off, not just plotwise but in taking "over the top" as a starting point.
Some of the nicest people supply arms to tyrants and terrorists these days -- or such is one conclusion one could draw from "The Notorious Mr. Bout" and its subject.
Peter Brunner makes a visually arresting black-and-white debut with this experimental study of a man suffering from Marfan syndrome.
Those who suspect that EDM is possibly the most vapid form of "alternative" music will have their suspicions confirmed by this 3D documentary.
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