Celebrates how the power of one group, the 2 million-strong Service Employees Intl. Union, impacted a presidential election through grassroots activism.
Winner of the Hamptons documentary prize, this iconic Robert Flaherty-type docu definitely warrants arthouse exposure.
Film is based on Martin Suter's bestseller about a bestseller.
Luke Wilson revels in the role of a brilliant teacher, but may prove too middlebrow for mass consumption.
Vet BBC documaker Vikram Jayanti tackles legendary record producer and convicted killer.
Compellingly documents the struggles of Mike Campbell and his brood in a potent mix of suspense, pathos and indignation.
Lynn Roth's coming-of-ager about a Jewish boy growing up in 1947 Palestine.
Helmer Philippe Seclier haphazardly tosses in anything he happens to encounter on a largely fruitless search.
Zhao Dayong's magisterial docu minutely examines the day-to-day doings in the dying town of Zhiziluo.
Film validates the original novel's message yet maintains an absurdist distance from it.
"Sweetgrass" offers a one-of-a-kind experience.
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