A literary classic is adapted into a modern masterpiece of trauma and terror.
Turns out assholes come with all different sized bank accounts.
This hilarious yet sincere dramedy questions how our identities are forged through culture and society.
What's a fella to do?
From the YA novel by Angie Thompson, George Tillman Jr.'s latest may be the most significant teen film of Generation Z.
This coming-of-age film hilariously illustrates the best friendship but is stifled by moments of disingenuous emotion.
With a thread of the divine woven into its realist tapestry, Happy as Lazzaro feels like a timeless fable.
More than their absurd theory, this documentary takes a behind the scenes look at the lives of flat-Earthers.
Danish filmmaker Gustav Möller makes his feature debut with a smart and stylish thriller set entirely in a police dispatcher's office.
Comedy and tragedy, history and modernity fuse on New York Film Festival's opening night