The scene-stealing actress makes a brilliant directorial debut with this comedy where two women, a generation apart, look for creative rejuvenation.
Ben Schwartz and Billy Crystal prove to be a winning comic duo, pushing each other to uncomfortable places in Matt Ratner's directorial debut.
The filmmaker talks about bringing out the life of a community of skaters in Austin as the mourn the death of one of their own in this evocative short.
The Swedish-based filmmakers talk about discovering a movie star in Motherwell, Scotland for this bloody brilliant nonfiction coming-of-age story.
The director talks about making a high school-set film for grown-ups with this bold and stylish mystery.
The filmmaker talks about the women who dare take on the ugly business behind the glamorous profession.
An underappreciated photographer gets her due after a career of chronicling the hidden histories of the cities in which she's taken pictures.
The co-directors talk about the immense pressure on women in China to get married before their mid-thirties, even if their professional success leaves them with no need to find a partner.
The director of "Hysteria" returns with a savage satire that makes sense out of all the dollars shifted from the poor to the rich through predatory loans.
The filmmaker and family at the center of this compelling doc talk about finding the right medication for their son's rare condition was on the wrong side of the law and trying to do something about it.
Demystifying the approval process for who and what is represented by emoji on your smartphone, Ian Cheney and Martha Shane's entertaining doc reflects a shared humanity.
A background actor depressed about his career prospects seizes the spotlight in this delightfully dark comedy from Rania Attieh and Daniel Garcia.