Once upon a time, fairy tales were told with beauty, wit, simplicity and charm, a tradition that seems increasingly a thing of the past in "Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil."
A bonbon for buffs of all things Broadway, "Carol Channing: Larger Than Life" is a celebration of a performer who eclipsed most of the roles she played by force of personality.
A rare example of a Spanish film that truly has its own style, pic will appeal to only a small group of devotees, but fests with a taste for curiosities should investigate.
German nonfiction filmmaker Volker Sattel confounds those on both sides of nuclear-power debate with his monumental film on the life and death of nuke plants.
Black comedy lurks just below the suspenseful surface, with more than a hint of Lolita-ish absurdity.
Hypnotic slo-mo images of honeybees flapping their wings are about all that distinguishes this docu from a well-researched article on its subject.
Not as fun as it sounds, "Bonnie & Clyde vs. Dracula" shoots blanks before sucking the life out of its premise.
Lee Hirsch's "The Bully Project" serves as a call to action against abuse of students by their peers as it follows, over the course of a year, five sobering case histories of unrelenting schoolyard…
A fiercely unsettling mood and vivid handmade cinema girds Sylvain George's "May They Rest in Revolt (Figures of War)."
Solid reception in Buenos Aires for 'Yatasto' augers good things on what looks like a long and worthy fest trip.
Santiago Mitre's "The Student" is a taut, incisive look at university wheeling and dealing.