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.
Poses no threat to Warner Bros. but possesses a loopy, energetic DIY charm.
A curious young helmer tracks down the profanity-spewing subject of a two-decade-old viral video.
A tangled web of lineage, adoption and deception is woven in the challenging, satisfying Lithuanian drama "Loss."
A half-dozen mysterious twentysomethings skulk around a Swiss Alps cottage and talk about suicide in the keenly thesped angstfest "Sunny Hill." A clear-eyed, startling cross between "Harold and…
Nicaraguan-born former Florida National Guard soldier and conscientious objector Camilo Mejia is profiled by 80-year-old German helmer Peter Lilienthal in the probing, timely docu "Camilo: The Long…