The true story of a dark-skinned girl born to white Afrikaner parents in apartheid-torn South Africa.
Documentary captures the lifework of Julius Shulman, the celebrated photographer of modernist architecture.
Using clever hoaxes, the two activists use their hilarious pranks to skewer corporate fat-cats.
A rare behind-the-scenes look at a master entertainer, his perfectionism and prowess.
Mobile, open-air movie theaters pop up across the country.
Uma Thurman plays a harried urban parent in this light comedy.
Biopic of Earhart's rise to fame is such a smooth ride the film lacks spark and edge.
A couple confronts the death of their child in this visceral horror movie that shocks without saying much.
Gem of a documentary tracks the hard life of salt workers on a bleak Venezuelan peninsula in the late 1950s.
Web-only feature film made by fans and several Star Trek actors honors the TV series' enduring appeal.
Debate on definition surges as the hard-boiled genre revives.
The Monitor's critic sorts through what he sat through this year.
The annual indie film festival is proving a tough sell for moviemakers as the economy craters and distribution channels shrink.
Despite wobbly economy, marketing blitz to influence Oscar votes is in full force.
On the 20th anniversary, film festival honors Eastern bloc movies made in the decade before the Berlin Wall's demise.
The City of Angels readies Wagner's mythic Ring Cycle for 2010 festival.
Many acclaimed non-English movies never make it to the big screen in the US.
These documentaries may change your dinner menu and your travel itinerary.
A new campaign asks 'What would Dumbledore do?' as the latest 'Harry Potter' movie hits the screens.
Michael Moore's latest, along with a spotlight on films from Tel Aviv, brings out the protesters, while others swoon over Clooney.