Though it's refreshing to see a prestige picture pass the Bechdel test with flying colors -- hell, this movie basically consists of two women talking about everything but men -- vet Magyar director…
A collective of Maine dairymen form a start-up to get their milk into local shops, but find peace and prosperity elusive in lyrically rendered agribusiness docu "Betting the Farm."
Shot in 2005, "Drunkboat" is based on a play from 1985, though it might as well have been 1965 -- when its particular funny-sad theatrical contrivances might've seemed fresh.
As much as I dislike “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service,” that wasn’t necessarily the view of the series’ producers. Eon had offered George Lazenby a seven-film contract and originally wanted “OHMSS”…
Canadian helmer Yung Chang delivers another artfully downbeat chronicle of mainland life with "China Heavyweight," an intimate and affecting account of two aspiring boxers from the sticks training…
If the AIDS crisis has crested, it's due in large part to the radical advocacy group so intelligently portrayed in "United in Anger: A History of ACT UP," a documentary that could have been a lot…
An uncompromising depiction of an elderly man's battle to retain his dignity while those around him are seeking to strip him of it, "The Stoning of Saint Stephen" is both appalling and moving.
Pop princess Katy Perry is the closest thing to a human cartoon the music business has produced since Kiss.
"Ann Richards' Texas," as was the late housewife/activist turned outspoken Democratic state governor, is by turns feisty, fiery, funny and determined to be outrageous.
Ross McElwee continues his Socratic mandate of living a fully examined life with the assured and insightful "Photographic Memory," in which the inevitable sojourn into his past once again helps him…
Adding to an oeuvre already noteworthy for its formidable scope, Czech documaker Helena Trestikova unveils perhaps her most ambitious longform documentary to date, "Private Universe." The latest of…