Half way through this film, I cried because it was so good at explaining the highs and lows, the pure misery, of adolescence.
Including "(T)ERROR," "Thought Crimes," "Tom Swift and his Electric Rifle (TASER)" and "Havana Motor Club."
Sterlin Harjo's "Mekko" is a contemporary look at down and out Native Americans in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Theater Review: Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird; the Theatricum has its finger on the American pulse.
Lee, whose 70-year career spanned multiple mediums of art and several generations of audiences; his life was nearly as colorful and interesting as his later film roles would be.
Films such as enigmatically named The Japanese Dog represent the drama of everyday life, without a single solitary screeching car chase, explosion or shooting.
"Cartel Land" deservedly won the Bravery Award; this is yeoman filmmaking, done at great risk to the filmmakers as well as the participants.
The third film about the prankster activists who call themselves The Yes Men, is being released this weekend across the country.
This is the second in a series of reports from the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City.
It's refreshing to see science fiction used for something that isn't dystopian!