One might think, given the experience and talent of those involved, that someone would have noticed that "Demi-soeur" was a recipe for disaster.
Composed almost exclusively of edited-together clips from Eric Rohmer's films linked by voiceover, Richard Misek's "Rohmer in Paris" presents itself as both an analysis of the New Wave filmmaker's…
Abandoning the debilitating hunt for Hollywood funding, Alexandre Rockwell gleefully returns to his freeform indie roots in "Little Feet."
Focusing on the oyster fisherman of a small, largely African-American community, "Vanishing Pearls" traces a struggle against oppression and exploitation that culminates in the disastrous 2010 BP oil…
In "Gimme Shelter," a pregnant 16-year-old flees her down-and-out abusive mother and rich, abortion-pushing father to find salvation in a home for unwed mothers.
Actor-director Blake Robbins brings nothing new to Hollywood's dead-children genre.
Jennifer Kroot's documentary deftly showcases the many roles played by George Takei.
Steve Kroschel continues to proselytize for holistic health solutions in this folksy not-for-profit infomercial.
An art piece, a sociopolitical document and a musical meditation, Bill Morrison's latest found-footage documentary should strike chords with niche audiences.
In Romanian helmer Adrian Sitaru's third feature, the intrusion of different animals into a domestic space sets off rapid-fire arguments, negotiations, recriminations and reconciliations.
A three-part acting workshop becomes a brilliant albeit supremely uncommercial experiment in Romanian auteur Cristi Puiu's latest.