Despite its shortcomings as a plausible, compelling story, "The Merry Gentleman," exhibits genuine promise behind the camera.
Sundance Film Festival
If Madonna and Angelina Jolie can do it, why can't performance artist Vanessa Beecroft adopt an exotic Third World baby?
Rap becomes the nonviolent weapon of choice for several young Palestinians in "Slingshot Hip Hop"
Marina Zenovich's documentary "Polanski: Wanted and Desired," which examines what really happened in the lead-up to the Polish-born director's self-imposed exile from the U.S., provided the most…
"The Order of Myths" is as divided in its sensibilities as the city of Mobile is in its racial attitudes.
Every year, there's something about Sundance that was better in the old days. In 2008, believe it or not, it's celebrity endorsements.
Christopher Bell's in-depth, yet intensely personal look at juice use among athletes attacks America's body-image obsession from the other side.
This doc is more in stylistic keeping with Errol Morris' artful blend of aestheticized talking heads and visual accompaniments.