The tragic legacy of Canada's residential schools and their impact on indigenous communities is resurfaced with great verve in Marie Clements' drama.
Turning the tide doesn't come easily for surfer Maya Gabiera in her bid to secure a Guinness World Record in Stephanie Johnes’ engaging doc.
Lea Seydoux gives her most magnificent performance to date, tending to an increasingly frail father and a boisterous child of her own in this joyful drama.
A court case evolves into a drama of staggering proportions in Alice Diop's extraordinary narrative feature debut.
A 10-year-old soaks in the Jamaican sun before embarking on a new life in Canada in this tender, heartwarming drama.
The director of "Blackfish" uncovers what could be a new world order as climate change reshapes which countries have geographical advantages.
Benedetta Porcaroli shines as a cash-rich, friend-poor young woman who starts a desperate search for company in this engaging comedy.
The director talks about drawing strength from the Tūhoe community for this powerful thriller about a New Zealand town under siege.
Maïmouna Doucouré finds a fantastic modern-day fairy tale in a girl's determination to meet Michelle Obama during her book tour in Paris.
This fierce feature debut centers on a young man (Jalyn Hall) who doesn't know who to look up to when his parentage comes into question.
The director talks about this heartrending short about the catharsis of a Russian political dissident who lays her daughter to rest at sea.