A little light goes a long way in Boris Gerrets' "Shado'man," a sensitive gutter-level group portrait set among a community of Sierra Leone "streetboys" whose lively spirit seems unbroken by…
Presented such that Court TV looks like an action movie by comparison, "Judgment in Hungary" even-handedly captures a landmark case in Magyar law, as four neo-Nazis stand trial for a series of…
Livestock consultant Temple Grandin had the right idea when she said, " I feel strongly that we give animals a life worth living," whereas animal-rights expose "The Ghosts in Our Machine" seems…
What "Calvin and Hobbes" obsessives really crave is a chance to meet the reclusive genius behind the comicstrip. But as its title sadly makes clear, "Dear Mr. Watterson" is not that kind of movie.
Directed by a Belgian and backed by Luc Besson's shingle, this uplifting story of racial tolerance should travel well.
An epic account of waste, mismanagement and corruption that makes bridges to nowhere everywhere look like small potatoes, "Putin's Games" sheds scandalous light on the infrastructure problems…
More agitated editorial than elegant documentary expose, Erwin Wagenhofer's "Alphabet" argues that the modern educational system squelches children's capacity for imagination, turning them into…
Danish director Andreas Johnsen's "Ai Weiwei: The Fake Case" picks up where Alison Klayman's "Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry" left off, serving as not just an update, but an even more galvanizing call for…
"Blue Is the Warmest Color" is a lesbian love story directed by a straight man, and it shows.
The race for noms is open and could orchestrate surprises.
Vince Vaughn sheds his boorish comedic persona in this heartfelt celebration of the act of parenthood, presented under radically exaggerated circumstances.