Director Roberta Grossman and producer Nancy Spielberg's gung-ho documentary celebrating the overnight creation of the Israeli Air Force by a handful of American GIs boasts a helluva story, a cast of…
Clouds of displaced sexuality hover over the flowing rivers, fertile fields, and little girls on big horses in tyro helmer Matt Sobel's Midwestern gothic tale.
Vet Tamil director Shankar's "Beauty and the Beast"-themed actioner delivers a knockout three-pronged perf by Vikram and a lot of gorgeous exotic scenery, but wraps its sumptuous eye-candy in tired…
Not for the narrative-minded, this fiercely abstract mix of factory workplace documentary and scripted 'worker' commentary proves strangely compelling.
Hollywood could take lessons in gangster chutzpah from the real-life convicted cops and robbers who parade through Tiller Russell's doc "The Seven Five" flaunting their dubious achievements with…
In Hank Rogerson and Jilann Spitzmiller's intriguing documentary "Still Dreaming," residents of an Actor's Fund retirement home find their confusion and disorientation mirrored and transformed by the…
In Tom Roberts' timely Pakistan-set docu, local and international forces join to combat the Taliban's murderous opposition to polio immunization which has led to a serious resurgence of the…
Will Gluck's overblown yet undernourished 21st Century version of "Annie" feels more like a facelift than an update.
Dave Jannetta's entertaining, decidedly offbeat documentary "Love and Terror on the Howling Plains of Nowhere" weaves an eclectic web of assorted digressions around the mysterious death of a math…
Maria Ripoli's hybrid English/Spanish-speaking indie about separated sisters delights in cross-cultural contrasts, one sibling awash in the colorful melodrama of Bollywood and the other locked in the…