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.
The successes of "Amour" and "Barbara" this season show that certain foreign pics can still penetrate domestic consciousness and commerce, and the French/Italian import "There Will Come a Day," with…
They're not John, Paul and Ringo, but Nadia, Masha and Katia -- aka Pussy Riot -- are now among the most famous rockers in the world. In "Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer," they also appear to be the…
Freida Lee Mock revisits the case against Clarence Thomas in what will be either a revelation or an exhilarating trip down memory lane.
A pair of precociously charming perfs and a gritty sense of street can't prevent "The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete" from wading into soggy sentiment.
A powder-puff profile by helmers R.J. Cutler and Greg Finton likely to be remembered as a great squandered opportunity.
Helmer Chad Hartigan's second feature is Americana of a very immediate sort, a tale of redemption that may leave its viewers with an uncanny sense of peace.
Plucky perfs and an offbeat murder plot can't rescue "Brief Reunion" from debuting helmer John Daschbach's atrophied visual style, which inflicts a stagebound feel on a story about past sins and…
Those nursing the suspicion that Hollywood politics are awash in knee-jerk liberalism may well have their cynicism validated by "FrackNation," a counterargument to the outcry over the natural-gas…
A marketing tie-in with a line of soap wouldn't be the worst idea for "$ellebrity," a docu that's unafraid to get dirty digging into the subject of celebrity journalism, or to leave viewers feeling a…