Posts Filed Under: hot docs 2012 review
Guys and dolls. No, really, we mean
James Franco continues meta high-jinx, impresses no one.
For these Indian women, the future isn't friendly.
This documentary forces the smoke in your eyes when it comes to Native cigarettes.
At the over-80 world ping pong championships, everyone wins. Sort of.
Hells Angels like you've never seen 'em. In cartoons.
Bad bananas, pretty good doc.
This doc packs a punch that leaves us feeling.
An immensely entertaining study of the video game as creative expression.
An uplifting look at how a rocker refused to let ALS take away his livelihood.
An artist who crafted puppets for Pee-Wee will never stop chasing his unique vision.
French job seekers are pitted against each other in bland reality-show fashion.
A Toronto band and art collective gets the traditional biography treatment.
Can four Burmese boys overcome cultural and financial barriers to make it in the merciless world of Thai boxing?
At Homeboy Industries, former gang members are placed in jobs, not jails.
This will make you want to buy a cabana in Baja, but maybe not save fish.
A good job of critiquing immigration policy, but the film fails to make a human connection.
This documentary asks the hardest question, finds no answers.