In this sly Spanish satire on moviemaking, actors, and egos, Antonio Banderas plays an international film star cast opposite a revered, and deeply self-serious stage thespian (Oscar Martínez) by arty, unorthodox director Lola Cuevas (Penélope Cruz).
In this terse, tense thriller, from the director of Miracle a cop in a small northern Romanian town becomes obsessed with a case of arson. But his own motives are far from straightforward.
Sleepy Pangnirtung, Nunavut transforms into a battleground when Inuit teens confront shapeshifting alien invaders. Drawing from Hollywood classics and traditional Inuit stories, Slash/Back boasts a warrior spirit that's as endearing as it is indomitable.
A tale of crime and recrimination, Miracle follows Cristina, a nun on a secret errand in Romania’s Neamț county.
Former ACLU Deputy Legal Director Jeffery Robinson’s revelatory talk on the history of U.S. anti- Black racism is the most important film about race since I Am Not Your Negro and 13th. "A masterpiece." Michael Moore
The life of WWI poet Siegfried Sassoon is recalled in this intimate portrait by Terence Davies. Taking us from the battlefield, to gay romances, and to the sadness of youth recalled from a distance, Sassoon's life is depicted with grace and sympathy.
"What does Hong Kong mean to you...?" Blue Island takes a longer view on China's authoritarian crackdown on the democracy movement, looking at how the Cultural Revolution, Tiananmen, and British colonialism has defined this unique city and its people.
Elizabeth (Charlotte Gainsbourg) needs to start over in the midst of life, and a late night radio call-in show proves key. Set in Paris during the 1980s, Mikhaël Hers' film gently coils itself around themes of compassion, endurance, and love.
Arriving in his Texas hometown, washed-up porn star Mikey Saber talks his way into his estranged wife’s bed, starts peddling weed, and schemes to turn Svengali to teenaged Strawberry so that he can liberate her from a donut shop and rocket her to stardom.
A lavish costume drama with a thoroughly modern bite, a tragi-comedy about a young romantic poet who arrives in Paris with his aristocratic mistress full of hope and conviction and discovers a world as corrupt and treacherous as any sinkhole of iniquity.
When Willy, a Mexican cartel henchman, falls for Marlena, his boss’ wife, the star-crossed lovers must separate and go to ground. Convinced that Marlena is secreted away in Montreal, Willy becomes a migrant worker at a Quebec farm.
Clara has spent her life in humility and obedience, healing people in her village in Costa Rica—until her niece's sexual awakening triggers her own journey of self-discovery. A deeply evocative, mesmerizing feature debut by Nathalie Álvarez Mesén.