"The Cool School" is about creating something out of nothing.
A smart, funny take on the self-help industry has just the right combo of bite and heart to help "Walk the Talk" meet arthouse and sharper mainstream auds.
A fine example of how local production-incentive laws can benefit talented young helmers, "Lovesickness" is a charming, bittersweet look at the vicissitudes of the heart, with broad…
Billed as a satirical reworking of "West Side Story," Carlos Portugal's "East Side Story" actually suggests a more conventional dramedy spin on last year's indie gem "Quinceanera."
Tom Collins' "Kings" offers a trenchant look at the recent Irish immigrant experience.
"The Man of Glass" reps a timely return to a single narrative for helmer Stefano Incerti.
Pascal Arnold and Jean-Marc Barr's latest pretentious expedition into the outer limits of narcissistic sexuality.
Pastor Fred Phelps is familiar to U.S. gays for his virulently homophobic campaigning over the past decade-plus -- and more recently to a broader outraged public since his minions began picketing and…
Slick, low-budget mix of sexiness, quasi-camp and sitcom-style dramedy will make this a popular niche rental.
The fragile bonds of family and the precarious conditions faced by illegal workers in the U.S. provide the background for Chris Eska's overly precious and studied feature debut, "August Evening."
A documentary-style drama that is too narratively disjointed to achieve maximum impact.