Icelandic director Grímur Hákonarson has a small hit on his hands in his new film "Rams," starring two of his country's leading stage actors.
Hot on the heels of the Oscar-nominated Trumbo, another 1950s-set movie about Hollywood Reds has been released.
The book promises a deeper understanding of the complex and fluid history of working-class unity, viewed through the lens of the struggle against Southern racism.
The new play "Dream Catcher" provides an uninterrupted 80 minutes of high drama between two passionate characters.
It's at all times innovative, witty and charming, full of puppetry, pageantry, imaginative stagecraft and Voltaire's waggish sensibility.
"Cartel Land" is a serious film, evenhanded in showing the complexities of vigilante action.
"Yes, it's glitzy and glamorous, but really it's about celebrating our union."
It has a number of genre conventions of the Western, though one could argue that the Romanian-set film should be called an "Eastern."
So, a Marxist walks into a theater to watch a fluffy new musical set in the 1930s - and leaves with a big wide smile across his face.
Nominations for the Progie Awards have been voted on. May the Best Progressive films and filmmakers win!