A dramatic microcosm of the age-old conflict between progress and tradition.
Both original documentary and dramatized remake have the "Grey Gardens"-like trainwreck fascination of outsized personalities conducting their own ruin with delusions of grandeur still fully intact.
A case-pleading docu arguing that pit bulls are a "dangerous" breed only when deliberately abused.
A feeble faux-found-footage horror in which another group of college film students traipse off where they shouldn't—in this case an abandoned, supposedly haunted plantation—from which they'll never…
This well-crafted, engaging drama should rack up healthy offshore sales to specialty distribbers.
This artificial chamber piece recalls those European art films of yore in which high-strung aristocratic and artistic types went through "I love you! I hate you! I love you!" histrionics without much…
Goded gets unusually intimate, relaxed access to the lives of those who practice the "world's oldest profession" from a square just behind the Presidente's office in Mexico City.
This entertaining-enough quartet of loosely interwoven terror tales falls right onto the middle ground of horror omnibuses, with no outright duds but no truly memorable (or scary) segments either.
A vivid if unabashedly partisan depiction of the clash between indigenous Peruvian minorities and government interests bent on "opening up" protected tribal lands to multinational corporate interests.
Beguiling indie "Driftwood," which won the jury's Narrative Feature Award at Slamdance, treats a fantastical theme in utterly matter-of-fact, pragmatic terms.
Laugh quotient will depend primarily on viewer's reaction to Flula Borg, a YouTube star whose Hans & Franz/Wild & Crazy Guy schtick here stretches pretty thin over nearly 80 minutes.