Christopher Makoto Yogi’s beautiful, contemplative I Was a Simple Man merges the past and present of both one character and his environment.
Set in Miami’s Little Haiti, Edson Jean’s feature debut follows a nurse on the verge of a breakdown.
In the documentary The Hottest August, director Brett Story interviews sweaty bystanders about how the world is changing.
James N. Kienitz Wilkins’s experimental documentary Common Carrier finds artists balancing creative pursuits and the demands of life in New York City.
Opening tonight with the New York premiere of Boyhood, Richard Linklater’s highly anticipated coming-of-age tale, the sixth incarnation of BAMcinemaFest finds the festival itself approaching maturity.