An absorbing and fascinating historical tour of the not-so-distant past that also doubles as a candid personal exploration.
Two films to discover at the 54th New York Film Festival: The Rehearsal, with one of the best ensembles in the program, and the animated teen meltdown My Entire High School Sinking into the Sea.
Some films to look forward to in the next few months, as well as impressions from the Toronto International Film Festival.
From the set design to direction, Damien Chazelle’s new film, a musical, has a big heart on for golden-age Hollywood.
One of the more pointedly political (and funny) Middle Eastern films to play the festival circuit of late.
Inspired by a real-life story, Lion is an intimate contemporary weepie with an epic sweep.
A gem from Israel about three female Palestinian roommates in Tel Aviv. Tough and touching.
Perhaps no other film this year arrived with as much expectation and coverage as Nate Parker's directorial debut.
Isabelle Huppert is having a singular career. She appeared in three films this year in Toronto, including this lighter-than-air musical melodrama.