Conservative Christian parents come to terms with their kids' coming out in a series of personal stories designed to show that the New Testament teaches tolerance, not homophobia.
Beautifully shot in 35mm B&W, "Lake" portrays a nation divided over the issue of abortion through thoughtful interviews, news reports and shockingly graphic footage.
Chronicles the missteps of post-Iraq war planning that led to the region's spiral into insurgency, highlighted by Paul Bremer's disastrous decision to eliminate all Ba'ath party members from the…
A vivid exposition of the Japanese occupation and pillage of Nanking, China. Dramatizing the 70-year old tragedy: archival footage, present-day interviews with Chinese survivors and former Japanese…
Democracy comes to China with the first-ever election of class monitor for the third-graders at Evergreen Primary School in the Hubei province capital of Wuhan. Think "Kid Nation," only instead of…
How can you take a play seriously when its protagonist is a teenage hooker who needs only six months with a caring older man to transform herself into an interior designer? How can you avoid wincing…
There's a lot of sap in this Christmas tree. The self-proclaimed "first African-American ensemble comedy" of the season (despite following November hit "This Christmas"),
Pic brings to cinematic life the writings of several Iraq war vets, interspersing these vignettes with his interviews of the authors and comments by literati who are also vets from earlier conflicts.
Raymont follows peripatetic writer Ariel Dorfman as he makes peace with his past, specifically his years as an Allende supporter who fled Chile following Pinochet's coup d'etat.
Thousands of dispossessed Haitians toil in Dominican Republic sugarcane fields under the watch of armed guards. The pic tracks the travails of Spanish priest Hartley as he attempts to organize these…