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A new documentary spotlights the spiritualism at work in Jobs's tech empire.
Modern surveillance has both artists and technologists on edge.
The film may become the definitive takedown of the church.
Stinking Heaven is the sardonic new comedy about recovering addicts who reside in a chaotic self-run sober-living home that sells kombucha out of a van.
You know Alex Karpovsky as Ray Ploshansky, the sardonic coffee shop manager in Girls. For the past decade, however, he's also acted and directed numerous projects in America's independent film scene.
Activists say no, but the industry's Code of Ethics says yes.
Julian Yuri Rodriguez's latest short, Lake Mahar, gets at the anxieties of white America with a hyper-accelerated rhythm and an insane sense of humor.
Paisajes de mi Abuela, a 3D film for the Oculus Rift, is a visit to the once-forbidden island.
Fifteen-year-old Eddie Ramirez doesn't smoke, but nicotine still makes him feel "lightheaded sometimes," like he's "going to vomit." That's because he's one of the estimated thousands of kids who work in American tobacco fields.
Get ready for some surprises.