Julia Dyer's '70s-set "The Playroom" examines a day in the life of the rapidly disintegrating Caldwell family, backgrounding the messed-up adults (John Hawkes, Molly Parker) and foregrounding four…
First-time film director Neil Barsky has assembled a largely flattering, nostalgic if not downright hero-worshipping biodoc.
"Mumia: Long Distance Revolutionary" delivers a political discourse inspired by its subject and espoused by left-wing writers, actors, educators and activists, with the opposition represented only by…
Dutch director Frans Weisz's fascinating docu juxtaposes wildly disparate texts and textures, including Salomon's haunting artwork and excerpts from Weisz's own 1980 biopic, "Charlotte."
Two Romanian men were shot dead in a German field near the Polish border in the summer of 1992, ostensibly by hunters who mistook them for wild boars. Twenty years later, Philip Scheffner interviews…
A strong candidate for limited release, the pic thrusts a forgotten pioneer back into the limelight while illuminating a part of rock history.
A movie of careful entrances and exits, Matt Porterfield's "I Used to Be Darker" chronicles the dissolution of a marriage through the eyes of a runaway cousin who drops in unannounced.
Starring a highly engaging cast of avian and human players, "Birders" vividly captures the distinctive colors and markings of a vast number of bird species and the equally individualized…
A subject of major retrospectives who is still virtually unknown, Nicholas Pereda is unlikely to burst into visibility with this excellent but typically arcane work.
Amid the flood of documentaries about the Arab Spring in general and the Egyptian Revolution in particular, "Uprising" takes a clear, cohesive approach to the spontaneous events at its center.
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