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.
Playing the fest circuit after its Sundance premiere, pic might gain modest offshore theatrical and disc exposure.
Stylish "The Piano in a Factory" offers fitful entertainment value but little narrative cohesion or momentum.
Stephane Gauger's sophomore feature, "Saigon Electric," is brash, baldly commercial and trendy.
Sold to MSNBC Films for broadcast later this year (in a much shorter version), it's a tube natural.
An engrossing look at the benefits and perils of "medical tourism."