“You have to know pain and heartache to be out there.”
Film about infrequently discussed topic about why women choose not to have children despite social pressure covered in film.
Film examines the story of Omar Khadr and how he goes from Guantanamo to Canada.
With nearly two dozen films showing each day, it isn’t easy to pick what to see at the RIDM. Here are our choices.
A unique glimpse into the biggest metal fest in the world, Wacken Open Air. Metal heads rejoice.
Four indie films by Brian Barnhart to be screened at Cinema du Parc on October 24th.
Documentary explores the life and work of Harper Lee
Korean documentary explores the working conditions in the factories of Korea and Cambodia
Vlad Yudin’s new documentary showcases clothes, celebrities, and the fashion designer himself
Review and interview of Corno’s exhibit at AKA Gallery.
In new documentary, residents of Leith face the invasion of white supremacism
One woman, two realities: the life and family struggles of a war photographer were never explored or delivered in a film as sensibly before!
The documentary I am Femen is a powerful exploration into the inner workings of the controversial Ukrainian based feminist group Femen. The film chronicles several of the [read on]
Documentary explores the works in the Kunsthistorisches Museum of Vienna.
Documentary explores the life of jazz musician Jaco Pastorius.
Six brothers reminisce on their isolation.
A look at one season in the sparkling wine industry.
Review of movie about Swiss artist H. R. Giger.
It’s not just for Madonna. A mid-life crisis leads Steven Bram in a spiritual direction.
Competition for sukkah design in New York City invigorates traditional structure