A film provides a family a chance to process their grief over the tragedy that took the life of their patriarch.
A well-heeled family is put on their backfoot by their new au pair in this wonderfully lurid potboiler.
Adeel Akhtar and Claire Rushbrook shine as a pair whose chance encounter leads to a deep connection.
A clever use of sound design gives insight into a post-production worker who has put her life on hold for too long.
A commanding performance from Ugur Polat drives this dark comedy about a zoo administrator faced with an uncertain future.
A portrait of a freeform jazz saxophonist largely unconcerned with timing hits all the right notes.
A torrid romantic infatuation reignites passion on screen, if not for necessarily for a woman in search of something more in this propulsive drama.
A village living in fear of demonic possession appears to be putting a curse on themselves in this spooky Iranian thriller.
A young girl in Palestine in 1948 is forced to grow up fast and must learn to process her experience in this compelling debut.
The duo behind "The Deep End" and "Bee Season" craft a gripping drama around siblings grappling with the sins of their father.
A reunion between Lou de Laage and the writer/director of "Breathe" finds a world turned upside down.
Hope is limited to some dangerous roads in this nearly decade-long look at life under occupation.