The filmmaker behind a startling new documentary, which casts an unblinking eye on the American military justice system and how one soldier who dared to bring attention to war crimes got accused of one himself, talks about getting to the bottom of a moral and legal morass.
On braving Hurricane Sandy and the variables that come with filming on the New York subway system.
A free-flowing conversation with the filmmakers behind an extraordinary new documentary about the rise, fall and return to normal for a basketballer who was once ranked as the best high school player in the country.
The director of the Oscar-nominated short "New Boy" returns with her first feature about the relationship that forms between a neuropsychologist and the wife of his subject who's had a stroke in a warmhearted Irish-set drama.
A fitting portrait for the sharp-witted Broadway legend who refuses to go quietly into the night at 87.
So much emotional precision in Matt Creed's debut feature about a young woman with an uncertain future after surviving cancer.
A Spirit Award-nominated filmmaker talks about finding his niche in short films, including his latest, a clever small-scale romantic comedy between two people lacking a way to communicate.
A straightforward portrait of a man of many contradictions finds its strength as its central strongman develops his act.
An already accomplished documentarian talks about making the leap to his first feature, how the Insane Clown Posse helped and his personal connection to the devastating story of a West Virginia community hooked on prescription pain killers.
Zoe Kazan does double duty as twin sisters, one of whom is yearning for a less sheltered life, in writer/director Jenée LaMarque's sharp dramedy.
Stitched together like one of Dr. Frankenstein's monsters, this found-footage horror flick becomes a good time when the action starts.