Black comedy lurks just below the suspenseful surface, with more than a hint of Lolita-ish absurdity.
Lee Hirsch's "The Bully Project" serves as a call to action against abuse of students by their peers as it follows, over the course of a year, five sobering case histories of unrelenting schoolyard…
The uncompromising power of Ingrid Jonker's poetry runs like a pulsing vein through "Black Butterflies."
A brother and sister -- he 11, she 8 -- hole up in an abandoned house for the winter in David Lowery's starkly enigmatic feature "St. Nick." Lowery focuses not on the children's innocence or…
"What on Earth?" gives a look into Suzanne Taylor's personal obsession with crop circles, as she catalogues their patterns and sits down with fellow croppies.
Cameron Crowe's docu "The Union" chronicles the collaboration among Elton John, Leon Russell and T Bone Burnett in making the 2010 album "The Union."
A remarkably cogent docu, "Give Up Tomorrow"chronicles the case of a young man wrongly convicted of rape and murder, exposing a major miscarriage of justice.
A starkly enigmatic feature about two children's determination to rely on no one but themselves.
The appealing but paper-thin premise of "Footprints" rides on unraveling the identity of a female amnesiac found collapsed on the celeb-marked entryway of Grauman's Chinese Theater.
The edge achieved by director-editor-producer-scribe Garth Donovan is jeopardized by overreaching for topical relevance.