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…
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.
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.
It sounds like the story of Los Angeles, but "Just Add Water" operates on far less familiar terrain, namely the trailer park of Hart Bochner's mind.
"Tulia, Texas" compels interest with complex subjects and a fascinating narrative that could easily inspire a fact-based dramatic feature.
There's original, and then there's original. Even by the groundbreaking standards of his adventurous Filipino contemporaries or his own previous films.
The experience of wandering on foot for countless days and seemingly endless distance resonantly captured in Cao Guimaraes' "Drifter."
"Circus School" observes the renowned Shanghai Circus School and the grueling training gantlet imposed on its many young students.
Nothing like their delightful DIY tuner "Colma: The Musical," director Richard Wong and co-scenarist/editor/composer H.P. Mendoza's "Option 3" is an elliptical nightmare, sans conventional narrative…
Shot in stark, formal black-and-white 35mm, "Doctor," Chung Mong-hong's enigmatic U.S.-set docu, juxtaposes the destinies of two teenage boys -- one a doctor's dead son, the other that same doctor's…