That you don't need more than one riveting talking head and a little intelligence to make a terrific docu is amply demonstrated by "No Man's Land," from Portuguese vid artist and scribe-helmer Salome…
'Bekas,' 'Wadjda' to unspool as part of cross-cultural mix
Take it to the bank that in any movie titled "All is Well," nothing will be, and that predictable equation applies to Pocas Pascoal's melodrama.
A portrait of an invisible man, "Herman's House" is a raised voice in the constitutional debate over solitary confinement, as well as a film about art: What would "dream home" mean to a man who's…
Matson Films has acquired the documentary "Music From the Big House" for a domestic theatrical release on more than 100 screens beginning in June.
"Baraka" director Ron Fricke and his team revisit much the same international turf 19 years later with a similar type of dialogue-free picture-postcard.
A docu torn between concert film and observational essay on incarceration.
Combat reporting doesn't get any more immediate than the harrowing dispatches in the white-knuckle docu "Liberia: An Uncivil War." New pic from "The Farm: Angola USA" co-helmer and producer Jonathan…
Angola's long-running civil war killed off the country's film industry, but now the violent conflict is the subject of the first local feature to be made in 20 years.
The much deserving top doc co-winner at Sundance, "The Farm: Angola, USA" is an ambitious, appropriately moody peek behind the razor wire that surrounds Louisiana State Penitentiary -- America's…