Shevaun Mizrahi directs a documentary look at Turkish retirees; Reema Kagti directs a docudrama about India’s first post-independence Olympic medal; more…
Julie Cohen and Betsy West direct a documentary biography of Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, among a slew of other very limited releases.
A ridiculously overlong and self-consciously “arty” mishmash of baroque cartoonishness and moments that, to all outward appearances, are determined to be parodies of pretentious filmmaking.
Steven Spielberg has never made a film like this one before, sharp and bright, lighthearted and witty, underplayed and — dare I say it? — hip.