On finding a way back, not only for himself but for a world divided into greater extremes, after nearly losing his life in a terrorist attack.
On the unchartered territory of compiling a definitive and personal history of film and television's portrayal of the transgender experience.
A quest to honor Donald Rugoff, a revolutionary arthouse theater owner and distributor, unexpectedly reveals why he's been lost to time.
A crime reporter goes to the countryside to take her mind off work and may lose it instead in this shamelessly entertaining chiller.
A filmmaker's trips to see his sister care for a daughter with special needs yields a remarkable and moving work of longitudinal cinema.
The director and star of this Pennsylvania-set drama talk about blurring real life and moviemaking on the set of this story of a young woman trying to escape the mental confines of small-town life.
The writer/director talks about the personal inspiration for this rumination on grief and working with star Shirley Henderson to turn it into a transcendent cinematic experience.
On seeing one of cinema's great visionaries with new perspective in this mischievous new film from the director of "The Artist."
In recounting the legendary axe murders of Lizzie Borden, the director of "The Boy" delivers a quite noteworthy psychological thriller.
Out-of-sync newlyweds Saoirse Ronan and Billy Howle play it smooth in this adaptation of the Ian McEwan novel.
This twisty potboiler starring Jon Bernthal, Christopher Abbott, Rosemarie DeWitt and Imogen Poots brings out the devil in its details.