inevitably uneven, this omnibus hangs together sufficiently and is of consistent enough quality to be counted a successful overall experiment.
The pioneering Brit synthpop star Gary Numan moves across the Atlantic and stages a comeback in Steve Read and Rob Alexander's documentary feature.
Veteran African-American musician Daryl Davis has for some years pursued a side interest that strikes many as perverse, if not downright dangerous.
This spare, straightforward observation of a disappearing way of life will appeal to fans of enigmatic, lyrical docus like the recent "Rich Hill" or Frederick Wiseman's oeuvre.
Writer-director Carson Mell's microbudget debut feature finds a family's vacation home beset by spirits, only to discover the professional exorcist they hire is even harder to get rid of.
The messy lives of young aspiring writers and the dysfunctional families that spawned them have long provided fertile if inevitably over-tilled material for many an independent filmmaker.
Like Musa Syeed's prior "Valley of Saints," this slice-of-life miniature trades in effective mostly non-pro performances, low-key drama and empathy toward cultural outsiders.
A humble Madison, Wisconsin studio that recorded some of the most trailblazing indie rock of the 1980s and '90s is commemorated in "The Smart Studios Story."
A handful of West Coast surfers and flower children took extraordinary risks bringing psychedelic substances to the people in mass quantities, their goal being a "revolution" of lysergic…
SXSW 2016 began with a moment of triumphant, traffic-stopping fanfare: President Obama was flown into Austin to deliver a speech about the onward march of technology and its potential to improve…
"Transpecos," director Greg Kwedar's tense thriller about three U.S.-Mexico border patrol agents who find themselves caught up in the drug trade, has won the audience award for narrative features at…