A surprisingly sober entry in the Tribeca Fest's midnight section, and even more surprising winner of its audience award for narrative features.
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This Tribeca audience award winner follows convicts released after reform of the 1994 California "Three Strikes" law that saw thousands given virtual life sentences for frequently petty crimes.
New York’s Rooftop Films has set the initial lineup for its 20th annual summer series, soft-opening May 18 with a screening of “Weiner,” the winner of the Sundance Film Festival’s 2016 U.S…
Dana Flor and Toby Oppenheimer's engrossing, well-crafted docu could parlay its attention-grabbing subject beyond the fest circuit into niche theatrical and broadcast exposure.
"Icaros: A Vision" presents the Amazon jungle as a literal and psychological heart of darkness, a simultaneously restorative and dangerous place where the boundary between the mortal world and the…
"Poor Boy" has a strung-out, sunburnt feverishness that makes it seem, at any moment, poised to tip into outright insanity.
The West Memphis Three may be the most famous recent victims of satanic paranoia run amok, but the same year those teenage metalheads were convicted of murder, four women in San Antonio suffered…
A visually accomplished, psychologically compelling drama with top-notch performances masterfully depicting intimacies gone awry.
"Reset" is so gorgeously shot that it almost distracts attention away from the sheer inertia of its material.
Craig Atkinson sits in on training sessions, congressional hearings, SWAT invasions and riot situations to spotlight the disturbing militarization of U.S. police departments.
An uneven omnibus pic about passionate love ranging from dramatic to moody to silly that will see traction largely through Viacom's streaming platforms.