A family’s return to see their ailing patriarch feels more like an escape in Tolga Karacelik’s charming Sundance-winning dramedy.
The most boring town in Sweden serves as a setting for Filip Hammer and Fredrik Wikingsson's lively comedy.
A playwright (Sarah Gaul) struggles to rewrite her life's course in this clever feature debut from Aussie writer/director Lucy Coleman.
Interview: Ben Howling, Yolanda Ramke and Kristina Ceyton on Giving a Zombie Outbreak Dramatic Heft in “Cargo”
The co-directors and producer talk about how they made the undead come alive in this clever thriller set in the Australian outback.
A murky rape case in Steubenville, Ohio that captured the nation's attention is given clarity in this sophisticated and provocative doc.
The director talks about making her narrative debut after a celebrated career in documentaries and the decade spent getting a soulful snapsh...
Tribeca ’18 Interview: Esther Garrel & Nathan Silver on Getting at Something Real in “The Great Pretender”
The "Thirst Street" duo talk about their wily reunion with this inspired comedy about life imitating art imitaing life.
Tribeca ’18 Review: In Jon Kasbe’s Riveting “When Lambs Become Lions,” the Hunter Becomes the Hunted
A documentary about the illicit ivory trade in Kenya is a surprisingly engrossing thriller.
Tribeca ’18 Review: Gabrielle Brady’s Transfixing “Island of Hungry Ghosts” Makes the Disillusionment of the Refugee Experience Tangible
Set on Christmas Island, a filmmaker’s study of a grief counselor who tends to recent asylum seekers doesn’t live in isolation, as provo...
The filmmaker talks about profiling a survivor of the Nanking Massacre as she passes her memories to the next generation of her family, and ...