In This Corner of the World

The death and destruction of World War II are pushed into the background of a family’s normal daily life until the horror arrives on their doorstep.

Whose Streets?

That rare film that will make you think and might even make you act.

Ingrid Goes West

Think of Ingrid Goes West as a Black Mirror episode, only it’s more science-reality than science fiction.

Good Time

What Mean Streets and Taxi Driver did for 1970s Manhattan, Good Time does for Queens of the 2010s.

After Love

An empathetic, nonjudgmental observation of a marriage after it falls apart.


How one noisy, dirty, smelly dyeing mill reveals the impacts of climate change, globalization, and the demand for cheap labor today.


The documentary’s setting at a Baltimore all-girls college prep school serving mostly African-Americans sets the film apart—to a certain extent.

It’s Not Yet Dark

A beautiful visual representation of Irish filmmaker Simon Fitzmaurice’s struggle with motor neurone disease, also known as ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease).

Wind River

In addition to the hauntingly beautiful landscapes and the welcome focus on overlooked social justice issues, Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen give some of the best performances of their careers.