The former "Late Night" executive producer and the star of his sophomore feature talk about finding the right mix of sweet and salty moments for this road trip comedy.
A view of a cult from inside of it for over 20 years results in a fascinating new doc from first-time director Will Allen.
The first-time director makes a lively debut about a group of Cleveland teens trying to rise above their circumstances by any means necessary.
A docmaker's worst nightmare comes true, often to hilarious effect, in Bernardo Britto's feature debut.
A clever way of looking at a high school love triangle and a strong lead performance anchor Kerem Sanga's sophomore film.
A wildly entertaining biography of an obscure historical figure leads to a rewarding examination of American culture.
The "Wendy and Lucy" director returns with a collection of short stories about a trio of women in Montana that's one of her richest experiences to date.
One of the world's great humanist filmmakers returns with a story of a friendship tested by their parents' dispute.
The first-time director talks about his glorious doc about a 13-year-old falconry prodigy who turned the tide on a 2000-year-old Mongolian tradition.
The actor-turned-director delivers a passion project about the slave rebellion leader Nat Turner that actually exudes it and will inspire it in others.
Director Robert Greene continues to find truth in mixing fact and fiction, this time with the help of Kate Lyn Sheil.
Riley Keough and Jena Malone shine in this delicate story of a friendship that could be something else.