"We Are the Giant" profiles seven activists involved in various national uprisings of the Arab Spring, several of whom already have high international profiles; some are now deceased or imprisoned.
Sundance Film Festival
"Alive Inside" is a PSA-style salute to Nassau County, Fla.-based social worker Dan Cohen and his nonprofit Music and Memory organization, which advocates for the use of iPods in treating senior…
In their second conversation from the 30th Sundance Film Festival, our chief critics take on the rise of technology, the difficulty of diversity, and the differences between self-examination and…
A teenage girl's sexual awakening coincides with her mother's gender transition in "52 Tuesdays," an Australian indie with an unusual narrative gimmick.
"We're not trash, we're good people," insists 14-year-old Andrew in "Rich Hill," an open-hearted portrait of impoverished American life named after the tiny Missouri town where it takes place.
The Exchange has acquired international sales rights to Jenny Slate’s “Obvious Child,” a week after the comedy sold at Sundance. The Exchange will begin selling the title to international buyers at…
The obstacles against effectively protecting battered women and prosecuting their abusers are vividly illustrated in "Private Violence."
They may be well-worn documentary subjects, but Cesar Chavez's life and works prove inspiring once again in solid docu "Cesar's Last Fast."
Set in the first nation to classify Web addiction as a clinical diagnosis, "Web Junkie" takes a look at the Chinese government's attempt to stem this "No. 1 public health threat to teenagers."
Attacking the status quo with infectious humor rather than strident criticism, Gillian Robespierre's uproarious "Obvious Child" centers a good old-fashioned romantic comedy around a woman's decision…
Accessibility trumps artistry in "Fed Up," a formulaic and functional documentary that nevertheless proves effective at getting the message out about America's addiction to unhealthy food.