Technology at once helps and hinders the connection between two far-apart lovers in this sensitive, moving drama.
Despite the hellfire and brimstone title, SXSW audience award winner "DamNation" proves to be a relatively tame eco-issue doc.
This fascinating documentary depicts avant-garde choreographer Elizabeth Strep as both visionary and ringmaster.
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A flat and forgettable genre exercise that seems less substantial than the low-budget '50s sci-fiers it recalls.
John Fiege's documentary chronicles a 2012 grassroots fight in East Texas to halt TransCanada's controversial Keystone XL pipeline.
Netflix has acquired exclusive rights to “Print The Legend,” a documentary about the nascent American 3D printing industry that premiered at SXSW this month. The film explores the people…
Yep, it's another movie about a struggling band. Nope, it's not half-bad.
Shot through and through with activist zeal, this vivid profile of an abortion-rights group might have benefited from a more distanced approach.
The camera stays glued to one guy's computer screen in this gimmicky but audacious exercise in neo-Hitchcockian suspense.
The details ring true and the performances are compelling in this indie drama about increasingly desperate drug addicts.
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