Buckets of blood run throughout this latest effort from the Butcher Brothers.
Sundance Film Festival
Body horror and art are conjoined in this tastefully kinky film; an audacious debut by Lee.
Tale of neighbors feuding over a newly constructed window between them isn't enough to redeem pic.
Deftly combines music, romance, politics and family drama, Borcuch's third film is a charmer.
An ambitious if obscure allegory whose protag endures increasingly bizarre trials.
A bisexual triangle set in a Peruvian fishing village.
Culminating with a last-minute fight for Grand Jury prizewinner "Winter's Bone," the Sundance Film Festival saw indie film bizzers awake from a long hibernation and jump back into the acquistions biz…
Instructive, awkwardly structured docu about the former Soviet Union's ethnic cleansing.
Sufficiently intriguing to prevail over the messiness of the director's guerrilla-style tactics.
Gentle, intelligent, gorgeously made and utterly eccentric.
In yet another Sundance deal, Roadside Attractions has picked up all North American distribution rights to writer/director Debra Granik's "Winter's Bone," toplining Jennifer Lawrence.