The director of "Anthropoid" and "Metro Manila" talks about giving new bite to a classic horror genre.
The director talks about her stylish, sophisticated debut concerning estranged twin sisters who seize an opportunity to see what the other's life looks like.
An entertaining doc raises provocative questions about the college admissions process by showing how much is asked of students.
Given his distinctive sensibilities, the writer/director/actor's pitch-black comedy about friends who strike a suicide pact truly is all in the execution.
Finding a haven in the Catholic Church from the lives they could be conscripted to in a patriarchal society, a collection of women in LA ditched their habit to fight for equality.
The writer/director talks about bringing out the truly phenomenal in the friendship between a sleight-of-hand artist and her reluctant apprentice.
Women at the low end of India's caste system draw strength from reporting the news in their community in this triumphant doc.
A strong quartet of actors deliver powerful turns in a story of loss for the parents of all involved in a school shooting.
The director of "The Crash Reel" puts together a compelling portrait of those dealing with the fallout from wildfires and the larger systemic issues that can be held responsible for them.
The director and star of this psychological thriller talk about getting into your head.
A fantastical romance that demands your attention in any number of ways.
The writing/directing duo talks about turning the filing of an insurance claim into the wild and harrowing adventure it is for most in real life.