Leonard Bernstein gets to tell his own story to thrilling effect in the latest from Douglas Tirola.
"The Babadook" star Essie Davis delivers a delicious turn as a mother who just wants her kids back.
A profile of Marin Alsop, who broke through a glass ceiling with her baton.
A modern-day viking struggles to find Valhalla in Thomas Daneskov's crafty crime caper.
On its way to becoming the world's biggest economic power, the country may be making the same mistakes as its rivals in this keenly observed doc.
A post-lockdown Paris provides the stage for this one-continuous-shot wonder.
Vanessa Kirby is back looking for the pieces of a woman in this sensational character study from the director of "Tramps."
A potential alien invasion never seems like the biggest threat facing the planet in this smart sci-fi allegory for life in a racially divided world.
Confined by the pandemic, Taylor Garron creates quite the showcase for herself in this winning comedy co-directed by Chanel James.
A wannabe musician may steal lyrics from others but in ignoring her own experience, she might be missing out on what's most interesting in this sharp satire.
A profile of CNN correspondent Van Jones impressively reaches beyond the surface.
Geraldine Viswanathan and Karan Soni shine as a duo set up on a blind date who spend far longer with one another when the world is on lockdown.