Last Days

Last Days

Gus Van Sant\’s Last Days is a film about the death of Kurt Cobain. While the name of the main character has been changed from Kurt to Blake and the setting of the suicide changed from a greenhouse in Seattle

Ghosts of Cite Soleil

Ghosts of Cite Soleil

Billed as a Caribbean epic of family, love and violence, GHOSTS OF CITE SOLEIL takes us inside the lives of notorious gang leaders who dominate the Haitian slum of Cite Soleil. The reality of life today in Haiti unfolds before

Promises (2001)

Promises (2001)

Promises presents a powerful portrait of seven Palestinian and Israeli children who live in and around Jerusalem. As filmmaker B.Z. Goldberg, who was raised in Israel, notes, “They live no more than 20 minutes from each other, but they are

Kasparov and The Machine

Kasparov and The Machine

Garry Kasparov is arguably the greatest chess player who has ever lived. In 1997 he played a chess match against IBM\’s computer Deep Blue. Kasparov lost the match. This film shows the match and the events surrounding it from Kasparov\’s

Twist of Faith (2004)

Twist of Faith (2004)

There\’s no easy way to address a highly charged subject like the sexual abuse of young boys by Catholic priests, but with Twist of Faith, director Kirby Dick has taken a straightforward approach, using neither fanfare nor frills to create

No End in Sight: (2007)

No End in Sight: (2007)

A staggering portrait of arrogance and incompetence, the documentary No End in Sight avoids the question of why the U.S. invaded Iraq in 2003, choosing instead to focus on the war\’s aftermath-and meticulously examine the chain of decisions that led