Little more than a longform PSA about the horrors of life in AIDS-ridden Malawi, one that asks many questions without providing answers.
Tribeca Film Festival
A light, funny coming-of-ager set in the endearingly un-hip retirement community of Hollywood, Fla.
Helmer Julie Checkoway's pic will pique the interest of enough specialty auds to ensure a solid arthouse life.
An Iranian paradox: Officially, many things are not permitted, yet with Persian ingenuity, almost everything is possible.
A CIA man takes a special-ops team on a mysterious mission in Afghanistan just after 9/11 in "The Objective," from Daniel Myrick.
IFC has picked up all North American rights to "La habitacion de Fermat" (Fermat's Room) after its screening this week in the Tribeca Festival Discovery Section.
Emmy-nominated director Judd Ehrlich dishes up another character-driven Gotham docu with the story of Fred Lebow.
Life is a river -- one clogged with vehicular traffic and bustling humans who fail to see the commonalities between them -- according to Mark Street's arty docu, which is personal to the point of…
The story of Kassim "the Dream" Ouma and his rise from Ugandan child soldier to world champion boxer combines serious human rights issues with incredible triumph-over-adversity sports lore.
In the story of a purist-minded jiu-jitsu instructor trying to keep his distance from the vulgar commercialism of arena-style martial arts competition, David Mamet may have found the ideal metaphor…
"The Wild Man of the Navidad" mixes homage with horror for a pretty potent dose of movie moonshine.