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.
A young grad student hesitates to commit to anything, including his own homosexuality.
A look at the Swiss-American explorer, adventurer, artist, loft renovator, author and desert gardener Ernst Aebi, "Barefoot to Timbuktu" darts around as nimbly as its subject.
Cultural anthropology in one's own backyard yields skeletons aplenty in "Phyllis and Harold," Cindy Kleine's exhumation of her parents' 59-year marriage.
Controversial docu on Norman Finkelstein, author of 'The Holocaust Industry.'
Like "Antonia's Line" and "Mrs. Dalloway," Dutch helmer Marleen Gorris' latest cinematic paean to female fortitude places a strong woman at the flashpoint of historical change.
The harrowing two-part, three-hour docu "Einsatzgruppen: The Death Brigades" exhaustively chronicles the lethal work of an SS band charged with exterminating Jews in Russia and the Baltic states…
Docu seethes with an undercurrent of ferocious irony and should prove fascinating to Jewish and non-Jewish auds.