"Closer to the Moon" offers an absurdist take on a real event: an audacious 1959 bank robbery carried out by high-ranking Jewish members of the Romanian Communist Party, who pretended they were…
Robert May's deeply shocking, continually surprising documentary examines the kickback scandal surrounding juvenile court judge Mark Ciavarella.
Hao Wu's documentary addresses the first generation affected by China's one-child policy through a Beijing drama academy performance of "Fame."
Though it won a Grand Jury prize at Locarno in 1973, Dominique Benicheti's extraordinary documentary chronicling the everyday routines of an elderly blacksmith and his wife was never released until…
Doug Pray, skillfully structured, highly entertaining documentary about Michael Heizer's sculpture should appeal to art lovers, pop-culture disciples and high-concept skeptics and supporters alike.
Conversations between Gallic helmer Michel Gondry and philosopher/linguist/political activist Noam Chomsky become very animated indeed in "Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy?"
Ryan Steele's extraordinary dancing dominates writer-director Alan Brown's latest gay-themed feature.
Naomi Jaye's excruciatingly slow two-hander follows a pair of nameless Jewish teenagers who seek refuge during WWII.
Long but somewhat lacking in insight, John Mulholland's dual-focus documentary examines Gary Cooper and Ernest Hemingway as figures from a bygone era of laconic masculinity.
Writer-director Shana Betz draws on her own experience as a drug runner's daughter in this laid-back '70s period piece.