An emphasis on style over substance is a comfortable fit for a snazzy docu portrait of hip-hop's influence on the fashion world.
The directorial debut of visual artist Corin Hardy is a creature feature that's never less than arresting to the eye.
"Mike & Molly" stars reminisce on five seasons of smallscreen happiness.
Following a potential political sex scandal through the eyes of the politician, “Zipper” plays like an odd hybrid of “Shame” and a season-long subplot on “House of Cards.” Tawdry but cripplingly…
From photography to warfare, conservation to whistleblowing, this year's five Oscar nominated documentaries are united by overlapping themes and topics of interest, but remain uniformly distinct in…
An intimate and ultimately harrowing peek inside the world of amateur porn that will shock and outrage auds in equal measure.
Kris Swanberg makes a huge leap into the indie mainstream with her delicate and beautiful third feature film.
At a time when audiences are more friendly to raunch-coms than rom-coms, writer-director Leslye Headland tries to split the difference.
A love letter to a bygone era of New York City sees directing duo Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini returning to a more personal approach to filmmaking.
A perfectly cast quartet of actors buoy the slight, generally unpredictable antics of writer-director Patrick Brice's second feature.
Kevin Pollak lines up the stars for his directorial debut "Misery Loves Comedy," a documentary exploration that cuts loose without ever cutting deep.