Quietly involving drama has modest commercial potential, but merits further fest travel and consideration by quality cable/disc programmers.
An extended torture-porn riff that stubbornly refuses to deepen in terms of character or thematic insight, despite impressive stylistic command.
Sweet-natured "Super Hero Party Clown" gently ribs comicbook-derived cinema cliches by reducing them to absolute basics, minus the superheroics.
A solid charmer that ingratiates from start to finish.
Pic illuminates with unusual clarity the daily, never-more-relevant struggle of what it's like to be poor in the U.S.
A low-key, "realistic" take on vampirism as addiction, complete with protags requiring syringes and tubes to get the crimson they need.
A winning Quebecoix romantic comedy from helmer Sophie Lorain.
Intriguing psychological thriller "Second-Story Man" is told through the unreliable viewpoint of a protag whose grip on reality slips after his partner is killed.
Prospects will likely soon skew toward educational and arts-focused broadcast.
Packed to the gills with human interest, this thoroughly engaging documentary premieres on PBS in September.