"The Wildest Dream: Conquest of Everest" is a solid, gorgeous-looking docu marred only slightly by a tendency to bury the lead.
Gentle, wryly humorous observational docu "Paris Return," from Israeli helmer Yossi Aviram, depicts the tender relationship of an aging gay couple.
A homeless man in Bucharest becomes an art-world darling in Alexander Nanau's fascinating docu.
Thoroughly engaging, off-the-cuff perfs by a winsome cast neatly counterpoint this uncompromising Argentine aestheti.
A visually rich underwater opus that's loaded with nearly as many anti-pollution and environmental-impact messages as 3D sight-gags.
The detritus of an alternative lifestyle is explored with an intimacy both uncomfortable and compelling.
At an early press screening of "The Wolf Knife," there were a number of walkouts at the 15-minute mark, presumably in response to the filmmaking style. It's surprising there weren't more 45 minutes…
Italian helmer Donatella Maiorca's 19th-century Sapphic costumer, "Purple Sea," goes way over the top and yet is based on true events.
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