The show's San Francisco-launched touring edition should enchant nostalgics and newbies.
A fitfully intriguing and sometimes frustrating mix of documentary elements.
Pic is a bracingly loopy exercise that lives up to its Toronto fest billing.
Film betrays its slavishly attributional title by draining most of the life from the late playwright's novel.
Even those who are only casually enthusiastic about the duo will enjoy the skillfully assembled doc.
Pic is an indie-rock-scene satire (plus vampires) whose songlist vastly outweighs its laugh quotient.
A busload of stranded women wander a stark no-man's-land in Dima El-Horr's feature debut.
A shaggy-dog story whose slacker day-in-the-life meanderings are perilously short on plot.
A clear-eyed, autobiographically inspired portrait of a young girl.
An English aristocrat-cum-film actress stumbles upon high state secrets.