On "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" author whose legacy continues to be written as his extensive research into far-right groups gains new relevance.
The Oscar-winning actress lends her considerable grace and gravitas to a killer comedy about a kindergarten teacher staving off the zombie apocalypse.
A young woman running the game at her boarding school begins to wonder if she's being played in this sharp first feature.
A city that's losing its soul to reckless redevelopment gets a stirring reminder of everything its residents have to offer in this outstanding feature debut.
A thoroughly deranged satire of suburban life and repressed ambition makes total sense under the solid and fresh direction of a multitalented duo.
The director and star of this provocative coming-of-age story talk about taking on the story of a young black man faced with a reality very different than the one he grew up with.
The director of "Our Nixon" and "Nuts!" delivers a ridiculously entertaining and provocative dance with the devil in profiling the activist group The Satanic Temple.
Filmmaker Hassan Fazili not only gives audiences a remarkable look at the struggle of those seeking political asylum by turning the camera on his own family, but does so with unusually keen perspective.
The director and star talk about drawing on real experience for the story of a young woman in England struggling to find an identity and not about to allow a devastating acid attack to define her.
Jason Orley's feature debut brings out the best in Pete Davidson, who as a college dropout threatens to bring out the worst in a 16-year-old who worships him in this sharp and surprisingly poignant comedy.
The two stars and director talk about their lovely romantic comedy in which a bride-to-be holds off her nuptials until she can locate her mother and finding beauty in Australia's Northern Territory.
A corporate retreat becomes the most dangerous game in the latest from "The Overnight" director Patrick Brice.