Rarely has anyone embodied contradictions as happily and harmoniously as octogenarian New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham.
TV scribe-helmer Ben Wheatley has concocted a nifty black comedy.
Pic adopts a curious, almost whimsical tone toward its social-problem plot.
Pic proceeds with virtually no exposition, except for the words supplied by survivors.
Predicated on the narrative conceit of a photographer's damaged eye, "Shutterbug," New York-based Cyprian filmmaker Minos Papas' tyro feature, spins experimental imagery and mystical manifestations…
A curious blend of documentary and narrative.
An atmospheric psychological thriller about a young femme stalker obsessed with her first love.
A jarring, no-holds-barred first-person diary of docu filmmaker Kristian Fraga's experiences during the first months of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Contrived, threadbare plot features two geriatric city-dwellers tiresomely kvetching their way from one New York photo op to the next.
Painfully old-fashioned, flatly directed exercise in passionless historical reenactment.