What begins as a poignant tribute to filmmaker Kurt Kuenne's dead best friend snowballs into a gut-wrenching true-crime story in "Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father."
Director Udayan Prasad transposes an urban myth, first published in 1971 by Pete Hamil, to post-Katrina Louisiana.
Hollywood addresses its favorite subject -- again -- in "The Deal," holding a funhouse mirror up to itself for 100 minutes of grating insiders-only fun.
In "Red," bad-seed teens torment a benign old man (Brian Cox) and shoot his beloved 14-year-old pooch, bringing serious bad karma.
If Madonna and Angelina Jolie can do it, why can't performance artist Vanessa Beecroft adopt an exotic Third World baby?