The co-writer of "Blue Ruin" and "Green Room" talks about stepping up to the director's chair with a rip-roaring tale of vengeance with a conscience.
Set during the days leading up to the Egyptian revolution, this live-wire detective story thrills.
Jonathan Olshefski delivers a tremendously moving eight-year chronicle of a family keeping afloat in North Philly.
In her superb follow-up to "Obvious Child," the writer/director's ambition grows in this comedy starring Jenny Slate, Edie Falco and John Turturro, as a family finds theirs stalls.
The "Life in Pieces" actress' directorial debut plays out as great music to the head and the heart.
The "Life After Beth" director heads for hills of rural Tuscany for a wild sex farce that'll keep you glued to your seat.
The filmmaker on returning to her native Japan to find how national obsession over young musical ingenues reflects an emasculated generation of men.
The director of "The Waiting Room" talks about embedding with the Oakland Police for an arresting portrait of a department under fire from all sides.
Writer/director/star Michelle Morgan makes a zesty directorial debut with a clever look at relationships in the 21st century.
A light comedy induces heavy meditation on the uplift of community in "Bad Fever" director Dustin Guy Defa's lovely second feature.
A deep dive into New York's Hasidic Jewish community leads to a compelling character study of a man at odds with his faith over the custody of his son.
An electrifying portrait of the movement that grew in the wake of Michael Brown's tragic death in Ferguson, Missouri.