This thrilling documentary becomes a real-life legal drama as five marginalized heroes fight for their civil liberties in the US courts.
Dawn Porter’s stirring documentary chronicles the legacy of the late Civil Rights legend and US Representative John Lewis.
An ex-soldier confronts an uncanny evil while caring for a woman and her housebound mother, in Romola Garai’s chilling directorial feature debut.
Kelly Reichardt’s latest follows a taciturn cook and a Chinese immigrant in 19th-century Oregon Territory who team up for a business venture.
Atom Egoyan's latest is a gripping, sometimes comic exploration of unresolved personal trauma and its unintended consequences.
Bora Kim’s sincere coming-of-age tale follows a South Korean teenager in 1994 as she manages heartbreak, cram school, and a complex family life.
A Nigerian-British boy struggles after moving from his rural foster home to live with his birth mother in London, in director Shola Amoo’s feature.
In the latest from Zacharias Kunuk, a nomadic Inuit community in 1961 faces pressure from the government to assimilate into settler society.
Mounie Meddour’s semi-autobiographical film centres on a young woman who uses her passion for fashion to navigate the Algerian Civil War in the 1990s.
A single mother’s unlikely friendship with her ex’s wife leads to a new family dynamic, in Aisling Chin-Yee’s humorous and heartbreaking debut.
A college student struggles to keep up her charade after faking a cancer diagnosis, in this fearless new feature by Calvin Thomas and Yonah Lewis.
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