Top Picks

First They Killed My Father

A daughter of Cambodia remembers—and viewers won’t forget.


With plot twists aplenty, an unreliable narrator, and friendly adversaries from different worlds, this is an unsettling but thrilling exploration.

Call Me by Your Name

The adaptation of André Aciman’s novel is already being listed among the great queer films of recent memory.

Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story

A biopic with nuance and epic scope of screen goddess and landmark inventor.


A fresh take of the old-fashioned, socially conscious American epic.

Strong Island

#BlackLivesMatter echoes in the case of a brother’s death 25 years ago


How do communities reconcile after the horrors of occupation and combat? In 1945, they do it with evil intentions, a guilty conscience, and the eager desire to usurp or defraud one’s fellow man.

The Square

A sprawling and daring sociological satire and winner of this year’s Palme d’Or.

78/52: Hitchcock’s Shower Scene

An entertaining and respectful love letter to filmmaking.