Featured at SXSW this week, the film magnificently portrays the problems faced by homeless youth — but fails to develop its protagonist in a compelling way.
As attendees of this week’s SXSW festival rush from one sold-out event to the next, they’ll likely walk right past some of Austin’s approximately 2,000 ho...Read More
Screening at SXSW on Saturday, the film's Cold War-era footage never feels distant — perhaps because both careless stewardship of the bomb and surreal official propaganda seem to be making a comeback.
When Jayne Loader was a child growing up in 1950s and ’60s Fort Worth, she lived across the street from E.O. “Soapy” Gillam, the “bomb shelter king of N...Read More
The film details how the for-profit college industry began, its rise to power and why legislative attempts to rein it in have had only limited success.
You’ve seen the ads: smiling, fresh-faced young graduates praising schools like DeVry University and Corinthian Colleges for changing their lives. In a 2008 T...Read More
The film turns out to be less about Berry himself and more about the thing that worries him most: the industrialization of American agriculture....Read More
In "Through the Repellent Fence," artists speak passionately of the centuries-old importance of cross-border relationships.
In "Through the Repellent Fence," artists speak passionately of the centuries-old importance of cross-border relationships....Read More
A new documentary on the 2003 Baylor athletics scandal sheds light on just how fleeting institutional memory can be. ...Read More
"The Work" raises important questions about masculinity and violence, but the film’s ties to a controversial men’s movement cloud the picture....Read More
Waco's Taylor Sheridan brings viewers a film equal parts picturesque and picaresque in 'Hell or High Water,' with a soundtrack of Lone Star troubadours....Read More