Modestly amusing in its depiction of a discontented high schooler's efforts to make sense of his sexual identity while observing the odd behavior of adults in his orbit.
"Another Harvest Moon" will need canny grassroots marketing to connect with its target demo of older ticketbuyers during limited theatrical rollout.
A 30ish man tries to help his mentally ill father in "Fear of Falling," the less-than-gripping feature debut of Polish director Bartosz Konopka.
While fairly explicit gay sex scenes may limit its reach in some markets, prospects are decent for further tube, DVD and potential niche-theatrical exposure.
Often colorful, witty and inspired, but also too episodic, and lacks a strong ending.
A forgotten man and his photographs are brought back from oblivion in the fascinating docu "Jacques Leonard, el Payo Chac."
A wrenching, intense and affecting study of the long-term effects of child abuse, "Don't Be Afraid" combines the psychological reach of a good docu with tremulous suspense, mirroring a life lived in…
Producer Martin Rushent, a major player on the English punk and post-punk scene of the '70s and '80s, died of unknown causes June 4. He was 63.
Haunted by a vicious assault in Central Park, a group of kid geniuses spins way out of control in the Euro animated pic.
This static tale of a prostitute's final days will be quickly relegated to history's mountain of non-noteworthy firsts.