The pronoun in the title of J.P. Chan's modest debut feature, "A Picture of You," refers to the recently deceased mother of a bickering sibling pair who have come together to empty out her house.
Doppelgangers abound in "Humshakals," Sajid Khan's latest celebration of crass stupidity.
Riley Morton's resonant documentary examines two opposing fronts in the battle to decriminalize recreational marijuana use.
Baseball ranks as "The Only Real Game" in Mirra Banks' surprising documentary, which discovers this most American of pastimes in the unlikeliest of places.
Joanna Hamilton's well-constructed documentary "1971" showcases ordinary people who broke into a local FBI office, stole all the files and published them, thereby revealing to the unsuspecting…
With enough action, pathos, suspense, venal villains, stalwart heroes and endangered gorillas for a dozen fiction films, Orlando von Einsiedel's extraordinary documentary "Virunga" lays out the…
PJ Raval's observational documentary follows three very different gay seniors over the course of a year.
A resonant documentary about the razing of the New Delhi colony called Kathputli.
Another exquisite, snail-paced cinematic perambulation from Tsai Ming-liang and Lee Kang-sheng.
Dan Sickles and Antonio Santini make a well-crafted debut with this highly entertaining, never exploitative look at the struggles of nine transgender subjects.