Giving the rescue effort for one of the world’s most vulnerable fish the import of a Hollywood blockbuster, Richard Ladkani’s nonfiction...
A family of EMTs races around Mexico City to help the underserved in this thrilling documentary from director Luke Lorentzen.
Still photographer Ronny Sen's transition to the big screen offers a stark look at the spread of drugs in a corner of Calcutta.
A romance at the wrong time couldn't feel more right in the second film from the director of "Gun Hill Road."
Sundance ’19 Review: A Past That Can’t Be Put Behind Us In Jacqueline Olive’s Powerful “Always in Season”
The evidence in Lennon Lacy’s death strongly suggests he was murdered. A comprehensive history of racially-motivated violence in America a...
Sundance ’19 Review: A Different Picture of Violence and Power Develops in Kim Longinotto’s “Shooting the Mafia”
A strong portrait of an Italian photographer who fought the mafia with her camera and had history on her side.
Sundance ’19 Review: A Picture Tells a Thousand Lies in the Beguiling “The Disappearance of My Mother”
A son's loving portrait of his mother becomes complicated given her relationship with the camera from her days as a supermodel.
Sundance ’19 Review: Ben Berman Gets to the Truth of an Illusion in “The Untitled Amazing Johnathan Documentary”
A brilliant and hilarious portrait of a comic magician where what happens off-screen tells a story that has never been seen before on it.
Austin Film Fest ’18 Review: A Woman Running Afoul of the Law Leads to Fascinating Places in “For the Birds”
In order to protect her flock, one woman defiantly flies solo in this riveting documentary.
Austin Film Fest ’18 Review: Personal Truths Shine Through in Daniel Laabs’ Moving “Jules of Light and Dark”
A film about two people on different wavelengths who find each other at the right moment in time is quite the emotional ride.