The Twentieth Century is a surreal, irreverent anti-biopic of Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King.
Following healthcare workers during the early months of the pandemic, the film 76 Days draws an inspiring picture of collective effort to fight disaster.
In the documentary Mayor, Musa Hadid tries to keep Ramallah, Palestine functioning as best he can.
Based on the memoir by J.D. Vance, this film adaptation is the latest big piece of Hollywood poverty porn disguised as Oscar bait.
In Happiest Season, Kristen Stewart stars in a Clea Duvall-directed story about a woman head over heels with another who won’t come out.
HBO has turned the stage adaptation of Ta-Nehisi Coates’s acclaimed book into a multifaceted television special.
Born to Be looks at the doctors and patients at Mount Sinai Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery.
The new adaptation The Personal History of David Copperfield brings the classic novel to life with energetic editing and colorblind casting.
The documentary Coded Bias reveals how prejudices are written into the algorithms that run our world.
Smooth Talk, the 1985 Laura Dern breakout, has gotten a restoration and re-release after being ignored in its day.
I Am Greta captures some sobering truths about the nature of contemporary activism.
Possessor is a gruesome, disturbing sci-fi thriller about identity.