The director of "The Other Side of Sleep" returns with a creepy religious drama worth putting your faith in.
Following up his Oscar-nominated short "Just Before Losing Everything," Xavier Legrand makes an intense, searing feature debut with a portrait of domestic abuse.
A single mother (Sofia Gala Castaglione) & her young son have trouble finding a home on the streets of Buenos Aires in this striking study of a sex worker.
The writer/director talks about Egypt's entry to this Oscar race, following an Imam as a young man who initially placed his faith in Michael Jackson.
Writer/director David Freyne's zombie thriller lives up to the promise of its brilliant premise when dehumanization doesn't end with a neck bite.
The “Hotell” director's English-language debut reunites her with Alicia Vikander to intrigue with strong performances and a unique setting.
The director talks about making this World War I-set thriller that looks at the bonds that form in battle between soldiers.
The "Free Radicals" director talks about creating a vision that doesn't necessarily rely on sight for the incredible story of a blind musical prodigy.
The Quebec-based filmmaker talks about staging a zombie apocalypse in his backyard and finding humor in such a crisis hitting a small town.
The director and star of the compelling Swedish drama talks about the story of a father passing down the ownership of a farm where little grows, except a quite promising feature debut.
The filmmaker discusses turning the camera on himself to look into alternative treatments for multiple sclerosis & the corporate interests preventing a cure.
The "From Nowhere" writer/director returns with a searing and sprawling new drama about the implications of a legal system unfit to handle human quandaries.