American Factory…tells a macroeconomic story through the micro-level experiences of indelible real-life characters.
Wherever you may land on the ethical issues of gene manipulation, Human Nature, is a fascinating watch.
Scream Queen!…highlight[s] the gay legacy of Nightmare On Elm Street 2, while documenting its impact within a very homophobic film industry.
Midnight Traveler feels like a modern-day message in a bottle, an urgent appeal for help from a family that’s still searching for a home.
Everything you always wanted to know about emojis, but were afraid to ask.
Anthropocene seeks to reveal rather than lecture, in the hope that our eyes will convince our brains to act before it’s too late.
Greener Grass is always in control of its deeply bizarre, suburban surrealist tone.
Honeyland is both an immersive experience and an undeniably gorgeous reflection on our relationship to nature.
Completely, delightfully unpredictable from scene to scene, Give Me Liberty draws you in with its moving performances and blasts of broad comedy.
Angelique’s Isle is a study of spirit, morality and resilience.
The Bit Player is the perfect title for this informative and fun film.
Like the best films about the everyday, Los Reyes makes us reassess our ideas of what is and isn’t interesting in the world.
Maiden is a knuckle-whitening tale of courage and grit.