The "Cave of Forgotten Dreams" director digs deep into the possibilities of the human brain and the growing potential to learn how it works.
A Syrian couple tries to make a house in Toronto their home in this sensitive slice of life from Antoine Bourges.
Kiernan Shipka shines in this dramedy about a child of neurodivergent parents who must learn to accept care after giving so much to others.
Margaret Qualley and Christopher Abbott fiercely portray a pair whose relationship appears to have outlasted its usefulness In a dazzling drama.
Lauren DeFilippo and Sam Soko find a world of intrigue in Kenya where a simple direct payment plan to stave off poverty becomes quite complex.
A news anchor stands in the face of a nationalist regime in Vinay Shulka's muscular portrait of longtime Indian journalist Ravish Kumar.
Benjamin Alire Sáenz's beloved novel gets a tender adaptation with this tale of two teens finding friendship and maybe more in 1980s El Paso.
The explosive second feature from Daniel Goldhaber gives direct action as a method of protest a new meaning.
A Danish home for wayward women suggests it's the system that needs some straightening up in this striking drama.
The director and star talk about making their own Blockbuster with this video store-set comedy.
Noemie Merlant and Kit Harrington welcome a new baby and a whole lot of chaos in this enormously entertaining and provocative thriller.
A young woman (Maddie Hasson) relitigates her memories and sanity in this fever dream of a fierce feature debut from Mercedes Bryce Morgan.