Aussie helmer Robert de Young's docu offers a straightforward, satisfying look at its subject's colorful and frequently troubled life.
A transvestite sex worker is confronted by the Muslim-raised teenage daughter he abandoned in "Lovely Man."
At once impressively polished and pared to essentials, "Billy Bishop Goes to War" will enjoy a lengthy shelf life on homevid and cable as the definitive record of arguably the most widely produced…
Originally premiered and reviewed at Toronto, "Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory" arrives at the New York Film Festival with a chilling new epilogue.
To enjoy "Always," Song II-gon's romancer about a has-been boxer and a visually impaired woman, Korean meller fans will need to focus their attention on the film's strong perfs and turn a blind eye…
"Rubble Kings" traces the history of Gotham gangs through the impassioned testimony of former members.
Comedian Kevin Hart's hybrid standup film "Laugh at My Pain" is at its best when it takes that title to heart.
A girl mourning the death of her father is visited by three mischievous spirits only she can see in "A Letter to Momo."
A cook, his g.f. and her young son struggle to make ends meet in "A Better Life," a solidly made, emotionally effective hard-luck drama that nonetheless feels like a slightly odd fit for Gallic…
"The Sons of Tennessee Williams" chronicles "carnival clubs," or "krewes," which for many years represented the only public face of homosexuality in New Orleans and, to an extent, the South in…
Taking the "personal film" to an extreme, Canadian auteur Ingrid Veninger's "I Am a Good Person/I Am a Bad Person" is so sketchily drawn and obscure, it may be only the helmer herself who knows…