On conveying the restless energy of the city that never sleeps in a trio of lively comedies.
On getting inside the mind of a young martial arts champion whose most formidable opponent is now herself.
On being reenergized as a filmmaker by turning his movies into family affairs.
On looking at California's increasing water woes as an opportunity to reimagine how it is distributed.
On reconsidering the making of Larry Clark's controversial drama "Kids" by those who lived it.
On chasing adrenaline highs cinematically in telling the tale of an social media influencer driven by likes.
A woman who has found success running away from her heritage finds comfort in it at a moment of crisis in this joyful character study.
On telling the story of two young girls who cross paths whose meeting shows how we are all at a crossroads when it comes to immigration.
A wrenching story is told with great grace as director Megan Mylan observes those who fled war rebuild their lives.
On making this moving documentary about a trio of Cuban ballplayers who look to beat the odds to make it to the majors.
On crafting a terrifying existential thriller in which both a nun and a priest separately come to question their beliefs.
On a mother and daughter who know how to party if only they could stand being in the same room together.