A powerhouse performance from Alfre Woodard as a death row warden anchors this devastating drama.
Serbian filmmaker Ivana Mladenovic relives the personal and professional setbacks that inspired her triumphant second feature.
A woman who has trouble articulating herself finds a place of her own in researching the letters of her great-grandmother in this entrancing...
DOC NYC ’19 Review: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Apprehending a Cold-Blooded Killer in “After the Murder of Albert Lima”
A man’s unusual path to find his father’s killer unexpectedly turns a tragedy into a comedy.
DOC NYC ’19 Review: The Realities of an Uncompromising Vision Comes to the Fore in “He Dreams of Giants”
In Lou Pepe and Keith Fulton's fascinating follow-up to "Lost in La Mancha," Terry Gilliam's passion project is finally realized, but the qu...
A warm portrait of a season in the Champagne region of France uncorks emotions that are generally bottled up.
The "After Tiller" filmmaker entertainingly examines the wide-reaching implications of a town that buys into a cinematic dream that may be t...
Chicago Film Fest ’19 Review: Karim Aïnouz’s “The Invisible Life” Thrillingly Brings a Sisterhood to the Surface
A shared experience denied to a pair of siblings vividly connects to an audience in this resplendent drama set in 1950s Rio de Janeiro.
Chicago Film Fest ’19 Review: Women in Search of Leavening Find it in Each Other In Maryam Touzani’s “Adam”
A baker who lost her husband gains an unexpected tenant in this touching Moroccan-set drama.
Director Tania Cypriano brilliantly captures a moment of transition for individuals — and an entire culture — with the opening of the M...