Veteran British Director John Boorman returns to his roots with this new movie.
A spin-off sequel of the Madagascar films franchise that focuses on the penguins, this film is centered on a novice who grows to be a valuable member of the team.
What emerges is a portrait of a life forged from uncommon, intuitively incongruous experiences, and yet with dignity.
Actor and comedian Tom Lenk takes a trip to Scotland to attend the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in this hilarious and entertaining travelogue/concert film.
Blair Dorosh-Walter's documentary "Out in the Night" chronicles the miscarriage of justice during the trial and sentencing of the young friends from Newark, New Jersey.
Coming from former Soviet nation Lithuania, where anti-gay hostility remains high this seems a brave and defiant film -- but none of that sours the sweetness at its core.
When a group of young people (two men, two women; three Brits, one American) decide to set themselves up in a remote house as a little unit -- a commune? A four-way marriage? Something without a label? -- the usual questions start up in the viewer's mind.
Arthur Allen writes, directs, and stars in a coming out story of a different sort: A middle-aged straight man emerging from the shadow of his long-held prejudices.
Are you a 13 year-old white boy who comes from a middle-income family? Are you terrified of your sexuality (whatever that is) and the world in general? Then you are going to love this movie.
This is joyous, pastel-colored, Hollywood-influenced filmmaking - not one of Fox's typical coming-out melodramas, but a delectable delight instead.