On capturing a time of newfound critical thinking with the possibility the supernatural has seized a loved one in this nervy chiller.
On telling a story of a holiday get-together where no one feels left out.
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.
The director of "Hot Tub Time Machine" delivers a surprisingly tender drama with the story of a couple on the verge of calling it quits.
On giving thoughtful consideration to a musician who never aspired to anything more than getting his audience to take their mind off things.
Frustrations of all kinds spill out into this brilliant mosaic that allows one to see the world as its director does.
The director of "The Disappearance at Clifton Hill" talks about crafting something at a smaller scale to make a big impact with this tender drama.
The laws may no longer reflect it, but the ingrained attitudes of a once-divided South Africa continue to hold power in this cunning thriller.
A sporting goods store robbery that became the birth of modern day hostage negotiation gets a thorough investigation.
Three young women from Kosovo can only look down at what's right in front of them in this passion-filled drama of youth.
Incorporating real former gang members from Guatemala, there's an unshakeable authenticity to this thriller.