There’s a very primary spoiler-based dilemma faced by reviewers and festival programmers alike when it comes to films like Ziga Virc’s “Houston, We Have a Problem!” Simply by reviewing it for what it…
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Investigation Discovery has acquired U.S. TV premiere rights to the documentary “Southwest of Salem: The Story of the San Antonio Four” and will release the film theatrically on Sept. 16, Variety has…
This intimate Civil War drama about individual and national transformation heralds the arrival of an arresting new filmmaking voice.
PARIS — Arrow Films has acquired the rights for U.K. and Ireland for Benjamin Ree’s chess documentary “Magnus,” which opened Tribeca. Repped in international markets by TrustNordisk, “Magnus” turns…
The modern-day Ukraine depicted by "Almost Holy" is a place of such individual, familial, institutional and moral degradation that it appears on the verge of apocalyptic collapse.
A gut-punching exploration of the global arms trade that flawlessly juggles an impressive array of talking heads along with archival footage.
Unseen footage of Richard Branson's daredevil hot air balloon trans-oceanic flights offer genuine thrills, but "Don't Look Down" plays like a rah-rah promo for the adventurous businessman.
A sardonic view of small town Estonian life with a "Fargo" vibe, as quirky characters try to discover where a now comatose man hid a significant amount of cash.
A surprisingly sober entry in the Tribeca Fest's midnight section, and even more surprising winner of its audience award for narrative features.
This Tribeca audience award winner follows convicts released after reform of the 1994 California "Three Strikes" law that saw thousands given virtual life sentences for frequently petty crimes.
New York’s Rooftop Films has set the initial lineup for its 20th annual summer series, soft-opening May 18 with a screening of “Weiner,” the winner of the Sundance Film Festival’s 2016 U.S…