On their vivid, contemporary portrait of the American west and capturing a live birth.
A crowdpleaser that combines the arthouse film staples of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with cute kid competition docs.
Taking aim at the easy target of hipsters, Sarah Violet Bliss and Charles Rogers do unexpectedly piercing, poignant work in this comedy.
Two of indie film's rising comic talents join forces for this comedy currently raising funds on Kickstarter.
On how Robert Reich's lectures gave shape to the doc about the disappearing middle class.
The "Juno" writer plays it safe with her directorial debut.
A Civil War buff talks about being able to live out his dream of making a Western with his well-heeled cast in this welcome throwback that plays out as a mystery of contemporary sophistication.
Terri Hooley left his mark on the world by introducing punk bands such as The Undertones and The Outcasts out of Belfast. Now he's being introduced to the world with a rocking new film.
Soon to be made into the Vince Vaughn comedy "The Delivery Man," the original Canadian flick about a man who learns he's fathered 533 children through sperm bank donations pays off in plenty of ways.
After being disappointed by a splashy first foray into feature screenwriter, the indie rocker-turned-filmmaker finds his groove with a darkly comic short film.
The directors of "12th and Delaware" and "Jesus Camp" talk about undertaking a film that captures the massive rebuilding process and rebirth of Detroit.