A family’s return to see their ailing patriarch feels more like an escape in Tolga Karacelik’s charming Sundance-winning dramedy.
The co-director of this harrowing doc about a quartet of sex workers on Seattle's Aurora Avenue discusses filming with great sensitivity.
The director of "Eden" and "Lucky Them" on following the trail of the notorious serial killer for her latest and drawing on her own childhood fears.
The most boring town in Sweden serves as a setting for Filip Hammer and Fredrik Wikingsson's lively comedy.
A mother and her teen daughter start to question their faith in each other when they find religion in this stirring drama.
A comedy about a Comic-Con gone wrong.
The director's second feature scores as a sensitive, playful comedy about a young, mentally disabled man who brings out the best in others.
The director of "The Pretty One" talks about her unpredictable follow-up with this partially improvised comedy about complicated women.
The first-time co-directors talk about grappling with the wild story of Seattle Semi-Pro Wrestling and capturing the crazy, all-out brawl that happened outside the ring.
A mother struggles to close the gap with one child after another's tragic passing in this affecting, intimate drama.
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