Featuring a quiet village, bad blood between neighbors, and an unsolved disappearance, this documentary has the makings of a classic crime tale.

O.J.: Made in America

A thorough look at O.J. Simpson the man rather than the defendant, and what emerges isn’t an over-the-top chronicle of the so-called trial of the century but the trajectory of a seminal American figure.

Old Stone

A tightly wound gem of a movie that wastes none of its brisk 80 minutes.

Dog Eat Dog

A fleabag of a crime movie and pure, unadulterated, hard-R-don’t-give-a-damn Paul Schrader.

In Order of Disappearance

A powerful film that alternates between biting humor and shocking violence, all against a backdrop of vast frigid landscapes.

Hell or High Water

This neonoir will not surprise you. That’s not a criticism. In fact, that very predictability is central to the film’s success.

The Witness

The murder of Kitty Genovese is one of the most famous cases in the history of sociology and criminology, and this documentary accomplishes something remarkable by making us reconsider a story, and a concept, that we’ve long taken for granted as true.

Palme d’Or Winner “I, Daniel Blake” | Cannes 2016

Urgency. That was the main ingredient propelling many of the best films at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, including the winner of the Palme d’Or, I, Daniel Blake.

A Bigger Splash

A hothouse drama and a refreshingly cynical thriller with two ace performers pushing edgy parts way over-the-top.