Finding truth in drama and poetry in nonfiction, this stimulating mashup from Michael Koresky, Jeff Reichert and Farihah Zaman considers how...
A young boy in Ukraine is educated by the ongoing strife in this riveting first solo feature from Simon Lereng Wilmont.
A mother and her teen daughter start to question their faith in each other when they find religion in this stirring drama.
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.
A murky rape case in Steubenville, Ohio that captured the nation's attention is given clarity in this sophisticated and provocative doc.
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 "Jumanji" star makes a dynamic feature debut with this riveting drama about a young woman whose small town looks even smaller after the ...