The "Kumiko: The Treasure Hunter" directors return with this wildly entertaining and thoughtful adventure set in the Old West.
A devious comedy from "The Greasy Strangler"'s Jim Hosking about misfits finding each other will likely please those who enjoy their laughs outside the mainstream the most.
A performance artist finds that all the world's her stage in the latest from "Breaking Upwards" director Daryl Wein.
A staggering chronicle of young men and their derelict or abusive fathers that somehow manages to capture the cycle repeating itself — and being broken — in real time.
Andrea Riseborough shines in this wonderfully mischievous character study of a woman whose lies about herself start to become the truth.
The journalist-turned-filmmaker talks about making a brilliant modern comedy that rises to the challenge of capturing new China through a family that may be left behind in the name of progress.
The directors talk about how asking the right questions led to uncovering an unbelievable archive that showed how close the Israeli-Palestinian conflict almost came to an end.
This moving drama starring Chloe Grace Moretz as a teen sent to a gay conversion camp carries a rebel sneer and boundless compassion.
A primal scream of a drama that reveals the harsh beauty of childhood through an adaptation of Justin Torres' novel about a nine-year-old finding his way in the world.
The director of "A Teacher" and "6 Years" takes a most satisfying turn with this winning Jason Mantzoukas-Tony Revolori comedy.
The director and producer of this winning documentary talk about cooking up something special about the teen prodigy Flynn McGarry and his complicated relationship with his mother Meg.
The celebrated photographer talks about making his documentary debut with the story of the Riverhead Raceway in Long Island, the last of its kind.