References to glacial pacing and aimless drifting are unavoidable when discussing "Red Knot," an interminable mix of attractive nature documentary and enervating romantic drama.
For an adventure set on (or, more accurately, beneath) the high seas, there's something peculiarly low-key about "Black Sea," a modern-day pirate thriller -- complete with buried treasure -- in which…
Few filmmakers of late have seemed less willing to go gentle into that good night than Paul Schrader.
An engaging portrait of Lily Yeh, a Chinese emigre to the U.S. who has made her major imprint creating collaborative art with residents in areas torn by war, poverty and other hardships.
The first of a two-part disaster epic depicting a 1949 shipwreck that's been nicknamed "the Chinese Titanic."
A unique three-sided pyramid is the archaeological discovery that triggers some distinctly one-dimensional drama in "The Pyramid," a likably lame-brained Egypto-horror exercise.
Dave Jannetta's entertaining, decidedly offbeat documentary "Love and Terror on the Howling Plains of Nowhere" weaves an eclectic web of assorted digressions around the mysterious death of a math…
"Dior and I" follows Raf Simons as he launches his first haute couture collection for Christian Dior, proving that the art of design, like all art, is more about vision than price-tag.
"Sunday Ball" ennobles its subjects without losing any of the excitement of the game: a painterly sense of composition is paired with Renato Vallone's first-rate editing, accompanied by delightfully…
"Iraqi Odyssey" charts the vicissitudes of Iraq's troubled history via one clan's personal take on the last century, and while the 3D feels superfluous, the docu offers a multi-dimensional look at a…