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."
Sundance Film Festival
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.
Awards for the 30th annual Sundance Film Festival were handed out in Park City, Utah.
The difficulties of helping one's fellow man in post-recession America are scrutinized with heartrending intimacy in "The Overnighters," director Jesse Moss' powerful documentary portrait of a North…
“Cold in July” actor Michael C. Hall talks about making director Jim Mickles’ new thriller at the Sundance Film Festival as well as the dark roles he attracts.
IFC Midnight has acquired U.S. and Latin American rights to Australian horror film “The Babadook” following its world premiere in the midnight section at Sundance. The film, directed by Jennifer Kent…
Illuminating a tradition in much of rural Ethiopia that grossly violates the rights of women and girls, "Difret" presents an important message, albeit in rather clunky narrative terms.
You're never too old to soak in a hot spring, get high on really good weed, or give a marvelous screen performance — or so goes the charming logic of "Land Ho!," a gently elegiac road comedy about…
Since Nick Offerman has never received the industry recognition he deserves for his work on NBC's comedy "Parks and Recreation" there's something fitting about mounting a one-man show where the…