The former president of Doctors Without Borders goes back to Africa, 15 years after he came to the aid of victims there.
A rare baseball card, a couple of neurological impairments and a late-blooming love affair make Terry Kinney's light-hearted sitcom palatable enough.
"Fields of Fuel" addresses the issue of alternative energy and biofuels with its own kind of forward momentum.
A sometimes hilarious, often wrenching pas de deux between actors Stanley Tucci and Patricia Clarkson.
The documentary as social analgesic has seldom had a better exemplar than "Kicking It," an account of the fifth annual Homeless World Cup.
Film combines low comedy, high production values and the Middle East for what will surely be a hit, even as it delivers nothing new.
Critically important, global in scope and more than a little dry, "Flow" paints a dire picture of the world's supply of water.
Serenity and irony are mixed to piquant perfection in Naoko Ogigami's "Glasses"
"The Order of Myths" is as divided in its sensibilities as the city of Mobile is in its racial attitudes.
Kindness is not usually a quality associated with political documentaries, but it may be precisely what rescues Edet Belzberg's insightful, absorbing film about military recruitment from being…
Venturing ever-so-gingerly into the delicate medical problems of certain Third World women, "A Walk to Beautiful" was the Intl. Documentary Assn.'s pick as best doc of 2007.
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