Working from a fact-based script, tyro helmers Adam and Mark Kassen, fashion an impassioned expose on the health-care industry full of strange-but-true incongruities.
Tribeca Film Festival
A fairy-tale romance between a girl with a hereditary cancer and a boy with an inherited curse.
Set in a high-school on its last legs, with a staff of administrators and educators near meltdown, pic is scathing, in-your-face indictment of the public school system.
Horror pic's creepiness factor is sufficient to rate this a notch above genre average.
A blood-and-thunder melodrama bordering on horror, albeit played in a curiously low key, Philip Gelatt's "The Bleeding House" recalls recent home-invasion thrillers as well as the quasi-religious…
A name cast and the backing of India-based Reliance Big will likely push this offbeat quasi-comedy to respectable earnings, if not quite cult status.
Year-old distributor Tribeca Film has gobbled up US and Canadian rights to "Turkey Bowl," the indie comedy that bowed at South by Southwest earlier this year.
A classically minimalist Western, Mateo Gil's "Blackthorn" proposes that Butch Cassidy did not die in Bolivia in 1908, but instead spent the next 20 years there turning into Sam Shepard.
A dynamite Kathleen Turner desperately strives to be named "Catholic Woman of the Year" in tyro helmer Anne Renton's feel-good religious laffer "The Perfect Family."
This elegiac indie plays less like a whodunit than a gradual locking together of puzzle pieces, isolating the separate contexts of those affected.