Having tackled Enron, Elliot Spitzer and torture in Iraq, Alex Gibney takes on another national enigma, the Chicago Cubs, in "Catching Hell."
Tribeca Film Festival
An entertaining hot pot of wry political commentary and general mischief.
The Weinstein Company has picked up all rights to ''The Bully Project,'' the doc that bowed this weekend at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Black comedy lurks just below the suspenseful surface, with more than a hint of Lolita-ish absurdity.
Lee Hirsch's "The Bully Project" serves as a call to action against abuse of students by their peers as it follows, over the course of a year, five sobering case histories of unrelenting schoolyard…
Real-world events hung over the Tribeca Film Festival screening of "The Bang Bang Club," the drama -- starring Ryan Phillippe, Taylor Kitsch and Malin Akerman -- about photojournalists covering…
The uncompromising power of Ingrid Jonker's poetry runs like a pulsing vein through "Black Butterflies."
Female adolescent eroticism rarely gets explored at this affectionately candid level.
Touring since the 80's, 'Roadie' finds the main character older and off the tour, so he heads back to his hometown.
There's a great story behind "Gone," but it's not one that's told to any satisfying extent in John and Gretchen Morning's docu.
A bracingly original, alarming and droll feature from helmer James Westby.