Exasperating study of the lunatic impulses that drive war photographers to put themselves at risk.
Director Michael Nash hopes to send a compelling wakeup call with the-sky-is-falling docu.
Paramount will test screen Sundance Film Festival documentary "Catfish" Tuesday night on the Melrose lot to see if it makes sense to acquire the film.
Project clearly works best as a multimedia experience.
Lucy Walker brings a compelling human-interest dimension to her doc about artist Vik Muniz.
Some films are meant to make millions of dollars, and some are conceived with other goals in mind.
Like "Open Water" on a ski lift, pic takes horrifying "what if" concept and stretches it to 90 minutes.
Joel Schumacher's Sundance debut can't decide if it's a cautionary tale or a lifestyle catalog.
Docu pits the fight to legalize gay marriage against the fund-raising power of the Mormon Church.
A raucously entertaining postmodern survey of guerrilla street art that folds back on itself.
A much-mellowed Juan Pablo Escobar has abandoned all thoughts of revenge.