A small fishing village threatened with a dry spell speaks to the bigger picture in the besieged nation.
Visiting a playground for senior citizens in Florida, the first-time director makes a marvelous feature debut about people needing to look towards their better angels in their golden years.
Built around strong performances from Winston Duke and Zazie Beetz, this drama considering the world we’re born into is a wonder to behold.
A woman's quest to get her husband out of prison becomes a moving elegy to all that's been lost in his time away.
A project looking towards sustainable life on Mars runs into the smaller imaginations of those here on Earth in the "Teenage" director's fascinating look at Biosphere 2.
The "Rainbow Time" director talks about the journey being the destination in this new comedy series about a lovelorn rideshare driver.
On making this fun, frenetic family drama about two brothers who march to their own drummer, oftentimes quite literally.
The co-director of docs such as "Jesus Camp" and "Detropia" makes her solo narrative debut on this heartrending love story where nothing's lost in translation.
Tessa Thompson and Nnamdi Asoghmua shine in this marvelous riff on ‘60s technicolor melodramas.
A peek inside the life of author Shirley Jackson becomes a ferocious tale of two women running up against society's expectations of them in the latest from the "Madeline's Madeline" director.
The director on telling the story of a family that doesn't leave their nature behind when forced to move into the city in this fascinating documentary.
The director locates a fascinating moral drama in looking at the dispersal of the 9/11 Victims Fund in her strong follow-up to "The Kindergarten Teacher."