Fearlessly researched and undeniably urgent, pic indefatigably follows the harrowing path of human sex trafficking.
Too short for theatrical play, pithy pic will be embraced on the tube by nutritional advocates and concerned parents.
Visually arresting and formally impressive, hourlong docu "Bakhmaro" tracks the decline of a South Caucasus restaurant with quiet eloquence.
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Docu "Our School" follows the sad yet resilient journey of three Roma children as they grapple with prejudice and stereotyping.
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.