Local color has rarely been more colorful than in Andrzej Krakowski's resplendent Guatemala-set outing.
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.
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.