A father and son face tough odds on a big game hunting trip in Montana.
The low-key but engaging drama takes place over three days in April 1940, as Germany begins invading neutral Norway.
A beautiful visual representation of Irish filmmaker Simon Fitzmaurice’s struggle with motor neurone disease, also known as ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease).
A dedicated local doctor for a small French village faces his own mortality.
The Golden Globe-nominated film takes a familiar formula and adds a compelling historical backdrop.
Featuring a quiet village, bad blood between neighbors, and an unsolved disappearance, this documentary has the makings of a classic crime tale.
Director Marti Noxon drew on her own experiences with eating disorders. Harshly realistic, To the Bone is compelling, while equally hopeful and often funny.
A mother becomes determined to find, and kill, those responsible for the death of her son.
Italian director Laura Bispuri's debut film follows Mark (Alba Rohrwacher), an Albanian man who had renounced his female gender and taken a vow of chastity as a teen to escape a life of servitude.