Low-key charmer about the joys and challenges of being -- temporarily, at least -- a Yuletide icon.
Sold to MSNBC Films for broadcast later this year (in a much shorter version), it's a tube natural.
A low-key Argentine drama that spins a minor boss-employee contretemps into a moral fable.
An engrossing look at the benefits and perils of "medical tourism."
A modest, involving drama that hits few surprising notes but feels astutely knowledgeable about its subject.
"Almost Perfect" starts out as a romantic comedy, then gradually wends its way toward a more serious treatment of family dysfunction.
"Wretches & Jabberers'" ability to mix humor and emotion is the strong suit of this upbeat, music-saturated docu.
Who else but HBO would have the audacity to commission a five-part, nearly-six-hour version of James M. Cain's period melodrama?
"The Divide" resembles nothing so much as an extended "Twilight Zone" episode.
Amiably sketchy Willie Nelson doc is more of an affectionate tribute than an in-depth portrait.
Even fest play will be limited for "Balkan Bazaar."