An unparalleled dramatization of one of the most relevant plights in America today—the life of undocumented teenagers.
A clear-eyed, unsentimental yet hopeful story of redemption in today’s America.
Defusing land mine and ratcheting up tensions on the Danish coast in 1945.
The film begins with an orgy, before a nighttime stroll through Paris.
Istanbul as either a cat lover’s paradise or a cat hater’s hell.
Amber Fares’s documentary follows the Middle East’s first all-female car racing team as its members win races, feud among themselves, and cope with narrow provincial life.
A movie about passion and perseverance—with strings attached—and winner of the Documentary Feature Grand Jury Prize at the Slamdance Film Festival.
The winner of the Grand Jury Prize for Best Narrative Feature at the recent Slamdance Film Festival.
The life of an Iranian middle-class couple is built on a shaky foundation.
This year’s lineup of independent and low-budget films includes no less than eight first-time female directors competing in the festival’s narrative and documentary programs.