This adventuresome, unclassifiable feature will be most suited to artscaster slots and niche download sales after it tours the fest circuit.
There's light diversion but little substance in a broad, bland tale of two grumpy old men making a predictable hash of their effort to hike the Appalachian Trail.
Experimental in its docu/narrative hybrid yet emotionally accessible, this beguiling meditation should win over more adventurous viewers and programmers.
Charts the earliest days of Greenpeace as a group of Vancouver-based "eco-freaks" improvised their way into starting a global movement.
A very colorful life story vividly told via a mix of plentiful archival materials, reenactment, and interviews with surviving colleagues.
Pic recalls "The Music Lovers"-era Ken Russell in deeming no dramatic or aesthetic stroke too broad to depict the fevered internal and external lives of artistic geniuses.
One of the least hand-wringing movies ever made about a character with significant disabilities.
This rather abstract exercise in cinematic biography is as compelling aesthetically as it is somewhat remote emotionally.
Like his role model Houdini, magician/escape artist James "the Amazing" Randi eventually turned his primary attention to debunking "supernatural" charlatans.
A dedicated older teacher struggles to keep one tough slum lad from disappearing into the official channels for delinquents in Ernesto Daranas' drama.