With the immediacy of a flash grenade, "The Square" captures a historical moment by inhabiting a political organism -- the ongoing Egyptian Revolution, filmed for two years in and around Tahrir…
Civil rights, subjugation, terrorism characterize Guild's film finalists.
Like the film itself, Dawn Porter's handful of devoted, charismatic attorneys do a righteous job of reminding people that the accused are innocent until proven guilty, and that the criminal justice…
A profoundly unnecessary movie.
A doc as messy as the movement it tries to portray, "99%: The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film" possesses energy, passion and about a dozen docs inside it yearning to breathe free.
A thriller with arthouse bona fides, minimalist in design but shot in 3D, "Charlie Victor Romeo" brings the original 1999 play -- based on black-box cockpit recordings recovered from air disasters…
Not quite an H-bomb dropped on the environmentalist zeitgeist, "Pandora's Promise" does provoke those who have long opposed nuclear power to at least reconsider it.
To call Lake Bell a magnetic, intelligent, blithely screwball leading lady in the Carole Lombard tradition might be selling her short.
Coming on the heels of the recent rape-murder scandal in India, Kim Longinotto's "Salma" feels like a dispatch from the social-justice front, a profile that in many way symbolizes women's resistance…
A full-on fairy tale that could win plenty of friends with its absurdist, caustically funny take on adolescent agitation.