A ventriloquist with an identity crisis must decide what to do when her mentor passes away and leaves behind all his puppets in this delightful doc from England.
The director talks about making a documentary as strong as the resolve of three Brazilian women providing for their families in the country's water slums in uncertain times.
After a prison stretch, a woman finds herself with more in common with her beloved pets than people in this piercing portrait from directors Brian M. Cassidy and Melanie Shatsky.
Anointing a would-be cynical exercise in cashing in on a long-dead franchise a new comedy classic is only the first of many surprises in store for Phil Lord and Chris Miller's refreshingly affectionate high school satire.
Two members of the Broken Lizard comedy collective break away for this amusing comedy about infertility that nearly goes off the rails.
With some surprisingly risque content, the latest from the director of the acclaimed "Prince of Broadway" that explores loneliness in Southern California through the relationship between a 21-year-old young woman and an 85-year-old in her neighborhood is a game-changer.
Ashley Sabin and David Redmon's incredible new documentary reveals the sad, disturbing reality of the global operations that exploit young women who pursue a career in the beauty biz.
A pop cultural icon is revealed in a new documentary about the Southerner with a skewed and shrewd sense of humor who found a career after "Pee Wee's Playhouse" taking the art world by storm.
After charming SXSW last year with the road trip romance "Surrogate Valentine," the director and his troubadour star return with an expansion of the universe, and talk about expanding it further.
This inspiring dance documentary has the potential to bring down the venerable Paramount with its hometown premiere. Thankfully, it's the artists' day job to pick up the pieces afterwards.
Six promising films got the nod to play at this year's SXSW Film Festival, but they need your help to get there.