So drenched in detail it ends up losing its main dramatic thread.
The declining years of Portuguese Nobel Prize-winning novelist Jose Saramago are a perhaps surprising source of real drama in this compelling behind-the-scenes docu.
So rascally in tone you might expect "yo-ho-ho's" and festive eyepatches.
Agreeable, uplifting and earnest almost to a fault, "That's What I Am" is a family-friendly rumination on tolerance.
One of the most important as well as controversial figures in bringing Buddhist precepts to the West is profiled in "Crazy Wisdom."
Slow-moving Argentine indie offers hardly enough to sustain interest for almost two hours.
A fest piece fueled by the wide-eyed energy of its irrepressible, gay, Jewish composer-arranger-singer-pianist-accordionist, docu hits multiple demographic bases.
A sympathetic yet shallow look at Berlin's gay sex-worker scene.
Contains an elephant in the room so huge, it makes the emotional developments feel unconvincing.
Docu-cum-art piece features impressive soundscapes and stark, textured images accompanied by voiceovers relating tales of homelessness and torture.