This documentary chronicles a NASA team’s efforts to man a vehicle across 2,000 miles in the Arctic to simulate an actual manned mission to Mars.
Like a transgressive Forrest Gump, Danny Fields is at the nexus of pretty much every major alternative moment in rock and roll from the 1960s to the ’80s.
The redemption of a Swedish Scrooge wields dark themes with a comic lightness. Don’t be surprised if you find a tear rolling down your cheek.
Nick Kroll stars as a mid-30s slacker who acts as his blind brother’s Seeing Eye dog and sports trainer, rolled up in one resentful package.
Oliver Stone’s film covers a nine-year period in the life of security systems administrator turned whistleblower Edward Snowden, from an idealistic Special Forces enlistee to becoming the most wanted man in the world.
Australia’s Best Foreign Language Film Oscar contender combines beautiful imagery and compelling human drama.
Canadian writer-director Stephen Dunn’s first feature film offers a fresh take on that endangered genre—the coming-out tale.
Ukrainian-born Sergei Polunin, the current bad boy of ballet, is the subject of this documentary profile.
In a dusty, desolate corner of the world in the 1950s, Tilly Dunnage (Kate Winslet) is back for answers and revenge.
Opening up a space for Palestinian and Jewish dialogue outside Jerusalem