Facing bankruptcy, a New York socialite and her son head for Paris in the delightful new comedy from the director of "The Lovers."
On channeling the feeling of loss that comes with the death of a loved one into something to hold onto in this moving hybrid of docufiction.
With a style of animation just as rebellious, the place for punk rock in New York in the '70s opens up once more through the striking work of photographer David Godlis.
A woman on the run becomes one to run from in this sensational adventure.
The director of "Fire at Sea" returns with this vivid and heartbreaking look at a land still caught in the crossfire.
John Boyega shines as a cadet whose decision to join the force as an agent of change comes at great personal expense.
An act of arson reveals the ways in which the wife of a religious leader can't break free in this devastating drama.
Closed minds prevent a Trinidad immigrant's dream restaurant from staying open in this searing chapter of the "Widows" director's "Small Axe" series.
A musician follows the wrong muse in this passionate drama from the director of "Court."
A look inside how city government in Boston functions becomes a stirring call for civic engagement in the latest from the legendary documentarian.
The latest from Sam Pollard investigates the FBI's newly declassified files on Dr. Martin Luther King and their active goal of derailing the civil rights icon.
The writer/director talks about revisiting the 2003 blackout that shook up New York to create an indelible portrait of a family finding their footing together.