Latest effort by documakers David Redmon and Ashley Sabin ("Kamp Katrina") is an intimate portrait of a young Mexican couple's efforts to earn enough money in a large city to fulfill their dreams of…
Slickly produced and infectiously chipper, "Some Assembly Required" is a light and lively feel-good documentary that slyly sugarcoats its message.
Emily Hubley's "The Toe Tactic" is a deeply personal fable that's bound to confound (or annoy) anyone outside the filmmaker's circle of intimates.
Rambunctious and relentless, Khavn's aptly titled "Squatterpunk" applies pure adrenaline rush to a day in the life of a Manila shanty town.
Eric Guirado's documentary background grants a rare richness of detail and unforced humor to his seductive second feature, "The Grocer's Son," the classic story of a city-dwelling prodigal son's…
U.K. production companies Aria Films and Full Circle Films are combining with post-production facility Axis3D to make "The Mortician," a thriller in 3-D.
James Benning's "RR" may be the final word on the American rails.
"My Life Inside" stands as a decidedly partisan account of the 2005 trial of Mexican illegal immigrant Rosa Estela Olvera, convicted of suffocating a toddler she was babysitting.
The life of a Thai female convict who became a boxing champion is to be turned into a movie by L.A.-based Thai director Naruemol Sriyanont.
Shanghai auds will be treated to a showcase of the past year's French films from April 15-19.
Initially pitching to tweeners and early teens, Aussie coming-of-ager "Hey Hey It's Esther Blueburger" later skids into facts-of-life territory many parents won't want their kids to watch.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions