Admirably ambitious if awkwardly titled.
Short on high drama but long on a tonally appropriate melding of indignation and compassion.
Search for a missing G.I. in Vietnam proves a long and winding road into a sad heart of darkness.
The detritus of an alternative lifestyle is explored with an intimacy both uncomfortable and compelling.
A clutch of hillbilly Davids best a corporate Goliath in the keenly observed environmental docu "On Coal River."
A vigorous broadside against the perceived corporate control of contempo copyright legislation.
Seductively low-key docu "Still Bill" finds the musician, at 70, little changed.
A quintessentially American story of good intentions stifled by rampant bureaucracy.
An only-in-America approach to the activist-turned-mayor-turned-punchline.
Resonant treatise on ambition and exploitation that will meet with praise.
"Convention" is a bipartisan, upbeat celebration of democracy's delicate membrane and can-do spirit.