Tying together problems of overpopulation, pollution, consumption, global warming, industrial development and more, "Surviving Progress" offers a cinematic wakeup call so cogent and non-didactic even…
The life of a sports broadcasting pioneer is memorialized in "Glickman."
Engaging docu "Re:Gen-eration" charts an experiment conducted under the Grammys' auspices that matched leading producer-DJs in the electronica and hip-hop realms with talent in other musical genres…
Pic goes behind the scenes to dig up its share of dirt and family secrets on the flower-power pop band that inspired the fictional "Partridge Family."
Loosely inspired by an actual record-biz hoax, "Vinyl" is a genial underdog's revenge comedy about some old punkers who fool the industry that's forgotten them into promoting their new single -…
Finally addressing at length the issue of an estimated half million Romani people killed by the Nazis during WWII, "A People Uncounted" joins "Paragraph 175" (about homosexuals) and the myriad…
Production emerges as a one-joke proposition spread very thin over 80 minutes of actual stagetime.
Everyone's family has drama, complexity and intrigue, but in just about any related contest, Rachel Leah Jones would win.
Among several recent documentaries about Detroit, the elegiac "Detropia" is perhaps the most aesthetically pleasing, if not the most informative or insightful.
The film provides a cautionary tale as it chronicles several years in the endlessly self-recorded life of Chris Crocker, who won fame with his 2007 "Leave Britney alone!" YouTube rant.
Hindsight allows David France's stirring "How to Survive a Plague" a concise overview's clarity and an epic narrative shape, with a happy ending to boot.