An impeccably mounted survey of voices from across the spectrum of African-American accomplishment.
Sundance Film Festival
If HBO is known as the belle of the docu ball, prexy Sheila Nevins is the undisputed queen of the castle, a tastemaker who comes to fests like Sundance not to ogle, not to acquire, but to inspire…
Director Udayan Prasad transposes an urban myth, first published in 1971 by Pete Hamil, to post-Katrina Louisiana.
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Hollywood addresses its favorite subject -- again -- in "The Deal," holding a funhouse mirror up to itself for 100 minutes of grating insiders-only fun.
Twisty but soft-boiled comic yarn follows an aspiring journalist who uncovers a web of not-so-intriguing intrigue within the student body.
Sony Pictures Classics has picked up US rights to the Sundance dramatic competition entry "Frozen River," for a low to mid-six figures.
The familiar, classic verities of the prison break movie are loyally observed in "The Escapist," but with a catch: The break starts at the beginning.
Pic intriguingly draws the curtain back on the seldom considered world of Dominican baseball players trying to make it in the United States.
The documentary as social analgesic has seldom had a better exemplar than "Kicking It," an account of the fifth annual Homeless World Cup.
"I.O.U.S.A." is an alternately amusing and alarming primer on America's off-the-charts fiscal irresponsibility.