An unparalleled dramatization of one of the most relevant plights in America today—the life of undocumented teenagers.
Slash stands out as this year’s film for the true teenage outcast.
A Peruvian film that attempts to be a film for and about the oversaturated teenage mind, and seemingly designed to be viewed on a laptop.
The Brazilian drama takes on social class, shifting identities, and what happens when a newcomer knocks a family dynamic off balance.
The majestic landscape, captured by first-time feature documentary filmmaker Otto Bell, lends this intimate documentary an epic grandeur.
This Australian film, set in the 1970s, exudes a fitting hallucinatory quality to the messy coming-of-age experience.
Rising British director Andrea Arnold makes her first onscreen journey through the States
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.
em>Kicks has a rich, magical realism that elevates it above the run-of-the-mill coming-of-age or gangland film