A solid if not especially cinematic public-interest exhibit on how citizens are losing access to America's civil justice system.
A frank, no-frills account of the AIDS crisis as seen from ground zero -- San Francisco's gay Castro Street district circa 1980.
Overwhelming undertaking profiles a courageous group of Chicago activists who intervene in street fights and then coach the scrappers in conflict resolution.
In his latest stunt, helmer Kevin Smith pandered to a packed Sundance crowd following the preem of his pic "Red State," telling auds he was going to self-distribute his $4 million project.
Jacobs' slow-building portrait of a late bloomer makes this poetic pic an outsider even among outsider movies.
A rocket-powered thriller that could, by dint of sheer sensationalism, break the Iraq movie curse.
It's often hard to like Paul Giamatti's characters, but even harder to hate them, which works both for and against Tom McCarthy's "Win Win."
Another dose of Miranda July's delightfully peculiar worldview.