Director Kate Brooks’s sobering documentary explores the real cost of a piece of rhinoceros horn or elephant tusk.
Five absorbing documentaries in this year’s festival, including one starring Ronald Reagan.
The slick dialogue, soundtrack, and editing, reminiscent of Scorsese (one of the executive producers), serve as a reminder that there are filmmakers out there who appreciate the bare bones approach.
“We might be too English for the jungle.”
Think of all the social commentary brought up in Get Out, only this is something you can watch with your kids.
When photographer Mick Rock divulges his encounters with David Bowie or Syd Barrett or Lou Reed, Shot! lifts off the ground like a rocket.
The biopic delves into the poet Emily Dickinson’s life of self-restraint. It’s not just a character study but a look at a bygone era.
Lyrical, well acted, and featuring lifelike surgical scenes that emphasize the marvel of the human body.
A return to the fold for (500) Days of Summer director Marc Webb.
The scariest, saddest film of the year.