Like the recovery mission it chronicles, "Until They Are Home" is a noble but relatively uneventful experience. Following up on his 2009 Military Channel special "Return to Tarawa," documentarian…
Interest in Whitney Houston's swan song should all but ensure decent business for this hopelessly scattered remake.
Ben Gazzara's death in February adds a certain poignancy to Joseph Rezwin's otherwise bland profile of the actor.
Having shot footage of her mentor over the past four decades, docu producer Jane Weiner ("Silverlake Life," "Ravi Shankar: Between Two Worlds") lets the subject be the primary commentator in "Ricky…
Eschewing medical explanations and expert opinions, "Of Two Minds" examines the experience of bipolar disorder through firsthand testimony from three people coping with it in varying ways.
Helmer Markus Imhoof uses state-of-the-art filmmaking to illuminate the world's bee crisis in the handsomely lensed docu "More Than Honey."
People drop like flies in "Isn't Anyone Alive?" the latest black comedy from Gakuryu (formerly Sogo) Ishii, the creator of "The Crazy Family," "Angel Dust" and "Electric Dragon 80,000V."
There's a lot of magic in "The Magic Life," but not a lot of magic to it.
A moderately involving, conventionally structured look at the art of public speaking as practiced by nine finalists at the Toastmasters' 2008 world championship, "Speak" has surprisingly little to…
There are some subjects so horrific, so far beyond our understanding, that the mind goes numb. Such is the case with Marc Wiese's chilling docu "Camp 14 -- Total Control Zone."
"Holy Man," Jennifer Jessum and Simon Joseph's film about a revered Lakota medicine man wrongfully sentenced to almost 25 years without parole for allegedly molesting his grandchildren, builds very…