A personal reflection on the tolls of drug addiction turns into a wrenching drama.
An artist's look at gun violence in her native New Orleans hits home.
A profile of three alt-right personalities pulls back the curtain on a tiring act.
In documenting a pioneering push to bring gender equality to the workplace, the latest from the "American Factory" filmmakers empowers its audience to effect change.
An accusal of witchcraft threatens to sweep a proud matriarch off her land in this captivating documentary.
An humanizing look at the role governments across North and Central America have played in destabilizing its citizenry.
A veteran of detailing how systems work in films like "The Final Year" and "Manhunt," director Greg Barker shows one that's failed in his passion-filled latest.
The director may not need to make that "Man From U.N.C.L.E." film after conquering the spy genre already with this entertaining action flick built around the female MMA star.
The director of "Maria Full of Grace" returns after seven years to helm this tense drama about a teen whose future is thrown into question when a generations-long blood feud in Albania is renewed.
A smartly-conceived exploration of female relationships and jealousy, this first feature makes for a tense, thought-provoking debut.
A documentary about the lifelong dedication of a Japanese master chef to his craft is nearly as expert in creating a film celebrating his legacy and asking which of his two sons will continue it.
A new doc conveys the excitement and lunacy of the 2012 Republican presidential race.