This documentary about an Ohioan's singular quest ends up thoroughly disarming and rewarding, despite a borderline-exasperating reluctance to fill in the most basic narrative blanks.
Depicting an annual National Pyrotechnics Festival so giddily cinematic that the medium itself practically seems to roll over and wag tail in approval here.
This short, mercurial, sometimes self-defeating life is so packed with drama that it's no wonder "Forbidden Games" often feels like a narrative feature.
Cinetic has acquired North American rights to Monika Hielscher and Matthias Heeder’s documentary feature “Pre-Crime,” which world premiered at Hot Docs and garnered warm reviews. “Pre-Crime,” a term…
A charmingly intimate portrait that ultimately assumes epic-journey proportions.
This look at the extravagant pastimes of Qatari sheikhs one sportive desert weekend simply asks us to gawk at the often-bizarre contrasts on display, with all context and explanation off the menu.
A Warsaw teenager is stuck pulling the entire weight of a household encompassing one useless parent and one special-needs sibling.
Somewhere between "Jackass" and "Faces of Death" lies the queasy allure of "The Road Movie."
Cast as an avatar for a nation of disaffected Polish twentysomethings, Krzysztof Bagiński has an amazing face. From some angles, it projects a vulnerable kind of curiosity, almost childlike as…
Tel Aviv-based sales agent Cinephil has acquired international rights to Jedd Wider and Todd Wider’s “God Knows Where I Am,” which won the special jury prize at Hot Docs and is set to have its…
This fascinating curiosity is now destined to play everywhere but its subject nation, which has reportedly already tried suppressing its exposure.