On taking on nothing less than the history of the world in his fiery follow-up to "I Am Not Your Negro."
On an artist who couldn't be silenced even after he was robbed from us of AIDS at just 37 and his work that continues to reverberate today.
On this dazzling comedy of a young woman who can't enjoy a celebration of life as her own seems to crumble before her eyes.
On how a longtime friendship led to this brilliant comedy about the tortured relationship between a well-to-do mother and her son.
A stalled car leaves a young woman at a crossroads, but at her lonliest, you can feel the world all around in this immersive drama.
The directing duo talks about creating an invitation to see trespasses, both physical and emotional, more clearly in this compelling drama.
On allowing Tina Turner the oportunity to take control of her narrative once and for all in this biodoc that's simply the best.
The Oscar-nominated director of "Winter on Fire" on how the man of God became a man of the people.
On this incisive thriller about a woman who takes control over her life by any means necessary.
On the limbo of a detention camp in Syria housing women and children with ties to the terrorist organization.
On chasing spirits in this crafty Andrea Riseborough-led drama.
On finding a creative outlet during the COVID-19 pandemic and hoping delivering some laughs with this road trip comedy will make this time more tolerable for others.