Lisa Raven's first feature in nearly two decades is an effective miniature of pioneer life.
Slamdance Film Festival
Focusing on the oyster fisherman of a small, largely African-American community, "Vanishing Pearls" traces a struggle against oppression and exploitation that culminates in the disastrous 2010 BP oil…
"Elliot" won the jury award for best documentary feature at Slamdance, although at times you might suspect you're watching a mockumentary -- and an only moderately amusing one, at that.
Winner of the documentary audience award at Slamdance, "Kidnapped for Christ" offers an undeniably compelling subject in the phenom of troubled teens who are unwillingly carted off to Christian rehab…
Suffused with an air of freewheeling improvisation, "Rezeta" is a light and sprightly doodle of a romantic dramedy, at once effortlessly engaging and unabashedly inconsequential.
Lead player Gethin Anthony is so thoroughly convincing as an obnoxious boor throughout the first third of "Copenhagen" that he is hard-pressed to generate a rooting interest in his character when the…
Slamdance Studios, the distribution arm of the Slamdance Film Festival, has acquired distribution rights to Nicole Teeny's documentary “Bible Quiz.” The film won Slamdance's grand jury prize last…
Actor-director Blake Robbins brings nothing new to Hollywood's dead-children genre.
Peter Brunner makes a visually arresting black-and-white debut with this experimental study of a man suffering from Marfan syndrome.
'Magic Mike' actor Joe Manganiello returns to the world of male strip clubs with his directorial debut.