This new verite-style documentary looks at one of the world’s most trouble governments and their attempt at finally fostering democracy.
France’s submission for Best Foreign Language Film at the upcoming Oscars is not only one of the year’s best films, but brings to light one of the great young voices in world cinema.
New York is a one in a million type city. A melding of nationalities, races, religions, sexual orientations, New York City is the rare…
These are five titles you may not know about but need to keep an eye on.
These two films make their west coast debut this November.
New documentary looks at one of the art world’s most important curators.
New documentary looks at the life and work of director Ousmane Sembene.
Wiseman returns with a long-form meditation on one of the nation’s most diverse communities.
This new documentary looks at Afghanistan in the wake of the Taliban’s loss of power.
This new film penned by Nick Hornby based on the beloved novel of the same name is a beautiful look at what it truly means to find one’s home.
This powerful look at one of hip-hop culture’s great documentarians finally arrives on home video.
The second film from director Alice Rohwacher proves there’s no sophomore slump for this great Italian filmmaker.
This new documentary looks at the importance of doctor/patient conversations in modern health care.
David Riker’s masterpiece is now on DVD, and it remains as powerful today as it was over 15 years ago.
One of documentary cinema’s greatest forgotten masterpieces finally comes to Blu-ray.
Anderson’s film reflects on everything from her beloved lost pet to the war on terror, all while becoming arguably the year’s best, and most original, cinematic experience.