Sian Heder’s family dramedy offers a unique point-of-view on a familiar formula.
The English filmmaker and the two brothers weigh in on their curious bond.
Writer and director Philippe Lacôte delivers a modern Greek tragedy on the Ivory Coast of Africa.
Mona Fastvold’s poetic direction and two outstanding performances are hamstrung by a weak screenplay.
Sion Sono’s East-meets-West circus is mid-tier mayhem that 100% plays into the Meme of Cage.
First-time director Rebecca Hall proves she has a keen eye for details with her adaptation of Nella Larsen’s 1929 novel.
Director Sean Ellis’ period horror film has great atmosphere, great gore, but little else.
The filmmaker’s pandemic themed-genre film delivers fascinating psychedelic folk horror.
An homage to the idiosyncratic duo with a quirky, comprehensive chronicle of their highs and lows.
The stand-up comic’s directorial debut is buoyed by its tragically connected characters.
Director Frida Kempff shines in this weightless adaptation of Johan Theorin’s novel.
Prano Bailey-Bond’s feature film debut proves there’s plenty of horror in the censorship debate.