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  • Carbon Nation (NR)

    Peter Byck's fast-paced 2010 documentary warns of imminent climate change—and its potentially disastrous environmental, economic, and geopolitical impact—while examining the promise and challenge of developing low-carbon alternatives to petroleum. more...
  • Catching Hell (NR)

    Oscar-winning documentary maker Alex Gibney (Taxi to the Dark Side, Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room) looks at Steve Bartman, the Chicago Cubs fan who became a pariah after deflecting a fly ball at a critical moment in a 2003 playoff game. more...
  • Chandni Bar (NR)

    A poor Indian girl becomes a dancer at a Mumbai bar to support herself and her alcoholic uncle. more...
  • Children of Glory (NR)

    Ironically this bloated historical drama about Hungary's failed democratic revolution of 1956 evokes nothing less than a Stalinist pageant: everyone on the right side of history is depicted as a morally enlightened superhuman, and a wash of bathetic music every few minutes is supposed to remind you how monumental the situation is. The fictional story centers on an Olympic water polo player whose encounter with a passionate girl from the democratic student movement awakens him politically, after which they spend a lot of time tearfully embracing each other amid crowds of protesters. more...
  • Climate Hustle (NR)

    Directed by Mark Marino, this documentary examines whether emissions from cars, factories, and farms are contributing to climate change. more...
  • Code Black
  • Code Black (NR)

    This documentary about the hardworking emergency room staff at Los Angeles County hospital was written and directed by Ryan McGarry, a senior resident physician there; though he takes part in the action and sits for interviews, he never identifies himself onscreen or in voice-over as the filmmaker, which wouldn't be quite so objectionable if the movie weren't also an implicit attack on the Affordable Care Act. more...
  • Cold Weather (NR)

    With this third feature, Aaron Katz (Dance Party USA, Quiet City) tries to extend the much-hyped "mumblecore" indie past its usual postcollegiate solipsism by marrying it to the detective thriller. more...
  • Crime After Crime (NR)

    Shot over seven years, this video documentary considers the case of Deborah Peagler, who served more than 25 years in prison for murder but may have been the victim of prosecutorial overreach in the Los Angeles County district attorney's office. more...