A paraplegic and her new caretaker discover they can draw strength from a unique bond in the latest drama from the director of "Stuff."
An engaging look at the battle over the American Psychiatric Association's classification of homosexuality as a mental illness.
A wise, amusing dramedy about high schoolers who might lose sight of how special the present is when setting their sights on a grander stage.
A confident feature debut explores what it means to be out of sync with the world around you.
The writer/director makes a strong impression with his feature debut pondering what constitutes sexual orientation without the physical act of sex.
In following a group of New Yorkers getting nervous about the next stage of their lives, the filmmaker talks about diving headfirst into his with his feature directorial debut.
The director talks about her ground-level look at survival in one of Los Angeles' toughest neighborhoods told with an all-too-rare female gaze.
The longtime journalist and first-time documentarian talks about chronicling a bodybuilding competition unlike any other with contestants fighting to be seen just like everybody else.
The director of "The Quitter" talks about making a real love letter to cinema with this story of a teen finding his one and only.
The director talks about the Slamdance and SXSW favorite about looking past superficial appearances, starring Prince Amponsah and Jesse LaVercombe
The filmmaker talks about being swept up - and still keeping perspective - on the multitalented artist's whirlwind tour in support of his autobiographical "Straight Out of Oz" visual album.
The director talks about discovering the civil rights activist who outsmarted authorities to secure protections for himself and his partner when gay marriage wasn't legal.