The director of "Fry Day" talks about teaming with Tony Grayson to meticulously recreate an '80s comedy special with a standup who redefines uncomfortable humor.
On putting her best face forward to return behind the camera after making her mark as an editor and opening up to tell the story of a tragedy within her family.
The director talks about crafting this wickedly subversive satire of woke parents who fear they might be asleep to their daughter's growth into her own person.
The "Pit Stop" director exquisitely brings a generation of gay men that disappeared during the AIDS crisis to vivid life in this moving drama.
The co-directors talks about profiling the transgendered soldiers fighting to protect our freedom when their own is being infringed upon.
Taylor Schilling and Bryn Vale shine in this terrific feature debut that rules by breaking with convention.
The latest from the director of "Humpday" and "Your Sister's Sister" is her most masterful to date.
The director talks about his look at a test of musical skill in Ireland that shows how students pick up what they know as much as what they do.
The director talks about following Matt Green, an urban explorer who brings fresh eyes to looking at New York, one step at a time.
With a willing subject in disgraced cyclist David Millar, an exhilarating portrait emerges of a man facing the end of the professional road and the Tour de France he’s long sought to conquer.
The French writer/director comes out with guns blazin' in her first American film, a sensational thriller starring Elle Fanning and Ben Foster.
A story of sexual addiction told with a lighter touch than most and a little bit of music hits the right notes.