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.
At times, watching Christine is akin to witnessing a disaster unfold in slow motion.
It’s the triumphant historical crowd-pleaser we need right now.
The man behind some of the most iconic photographs ever taken.
A film about basketball, a nation’s coming of age, and the intertwining of both.
Their relationship may be rotten, but the revenge it inspires is so very sweet.
A compelling documentary that shines a light on tensions on the island of Hispaniola.
There’s room for space at this year’s Doc NYC, with two nonfiction films featuring NASA.
A look back at a time when wine was as much for speculation and criminal activity as for drinking.