The unreliable-narrator docu develops a new wrinkle or two with "Informant."
Writer-director Chris Fisher flirts with over-the-top exaggeration so often during "Meeting Evil" that auds might wish he'd gone all the way and dialed everything up to 11.
Helmer Susan Froemke excels at delineating process, a quality that distinguishes "Wagner's Dream."
Multihyphenate Patrik-Ian Polk sticks with what he knows in "The Skinny," another likable seriocomic ensembler about a group of young, gay African-American best friends navigating hazardous romantic…
In what could easily be called "Quo Vadis?," Gustav Hofer and Luca Ragazzi follow up their gay-centric "Suddenly, Last Winter" with "Italy Love It or Leave It," a more general examination of…
A rock-solid verite docu, Peter Nicks' "The Waiting Room" spends hard time in the emergency room at Highland Hospital in Oakland, Calif., where patients often have to wait all day to be seen, then…
Just marginally a documentary, "Chronicling a Crisis" turns out to be one of Amos Kollek's more affecting films, partly because the Israeli helmer turns his camera on his woeful self and on Robin…
A quietly absorbing portrait of the infinitely finicky care that goes into Michelin three-starred French cuisine, "Step Up to the Plate" has the requisite mix of vicarious gastronomical thrills and…
One could accuse Argentinian director Daniel Burman's latest comedy of being forced and artificial, but the concept of "All In" willfully incorporates these effects.
Enthusiasts of '70s subculture will get their smiley face on with "The Source," which chronicles the short life and rather spectacular demise of a quintessentially Southern California spiritual…
Women and India are the ostensible subjects of "The World Before Her," but Nisha Pahuja's docu hangs a big, fat question mark over the future of humankind itself.