Babeth M. VanLoo's docu about artist Meredith Monk focuses on a woman who has spent more than four decades amassing a unique body of work.
"Bomber" makes an immediately likable impression that deepens into poignancy.
An engrossing illustration of the possible pitfalls of a highly blended modern family.
An admiring portrait of an individual whose calm, joyous personality makes her quite wonderful company.
Like cult hit "Rivers and Tides," "Trimpin: The Sound of Invention" portrays an original mind whose process is fascinating and whose work is uniquely compatible to cinematic capture.
Few lives last so long hovering near power's fickle flame as the subject in Kevin McNeer's docu "Stalin Thought of You."
Enterprising indie ambitiously mounts a period-dress espionage tale within very slim means.
Stays true to mumblecore form in charting some aimless hours between San Franciscan twentysomethings who probably aren't right for each other.
A competently handled but thoroughly conventional tearjerker that has "telepic" written all over it.
A 12-year-old girl's whimsical determination to become a filmmaker is chronicled in "Zombie Girl."