Each year, a documentary or two peers out from the narrative ranks of the New York Film Festival, which has, in the past, premiered work by Frederick Wiseman, Errol Morris, and Ross McElwee. But in this go-round, whether by chance or selection committee declaration, a small band of nonfiction entries confidently stand their ground, scoping out far-flung Chinese mountain villages and the Northeast power elite alike—not to... More >>>