The life of an Iranian middle-class couple is built on a shaky foundation.
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.
Telling a story both tragic and unusual, the documentary successfully persuades viewers to empathize with a man mocked with glee by the local tabloids.
At times, watching Christine is akin to witnessing a disaster unfold in slow motion.
A closeted young Korean American finds a job at a bathhouse and navigates the discreet sex scene.
It’s the triumphant historical crowd-pleaser we need right now.
Viewers learn what went on behind the scenes at McDonald’s—and then some—in this biopic of businessman Roy Kroc, played by the film’s life force, Michael Keaton.
The things that happen to a bus driver named Paterson in Paterson, New Jersey.
A permeating sense of threat and regret ooze from one twisted (in more ways than one) storyline to another.