Ralph Fiennes reprises a juicy Shakespearean role in his bloody, bellicose directorial debut.
A low-key cousin to films like "Ballast" and "Shotgun Stories," pic captures the rhythm and texture of its environment but is too understated in the telling.
Far more convinced of its own psychological intrigue than audiences will be.
Victoria Mahoney's semi-autobiographical debut is strong on texture but taxingly light on narrative.
A sprawling but only intermittently successful foray into serious storytelling from pink-film legend Zeze Takahisa.
Last year, Jody Lee Lipes became a guinea pig for indie filmmakers everywhere when he jumped at the chance to lense fellow Lena Dunham's "Tiny Furniture" on a consumer-grade SLR camera.
Easily the most mainstream lineup in this category in years, which should boost the program's theatrical potential.
A daunting but dramatic program of shorts that serve as efficient treatments of pressing world concerns.