Acclaimed director Sergei Loznitsa returns to documentary with this vital and urgent film about Ukraine’s anti-government protests in Kiev’s Maidan Square.
Anna (Trzebuchowska), a teenage novitiate nun, is about to take her final vows in a rural convent, when fate intervenes in the form of her hard-living, hard-drinking aunt.
This wild, savagely funny black comedy is not at all your usual kind of superhero movie.
Combining deft political satire, a brilliantly strange narrative and strikingly violent canine imagery, this film is a truly unique experience
A dark, erotically charged drama about a relationship between two women
Rinko Kikuchi (Norweigan Wood) gives a disarmingly affecting central performance in this sweet and funny character study of a young woman who sets out on a journey in the belief that a VHS of Fargo will lead her to a large case of money.
Produced in secret, entirely under the radar of the US government, Laura Poitras’ film offers unprecedented access to Edward Snowdon in the days leading up to the NSA leaks in June 2013.
This tragic, compelling drama follows a modern day Job as he tries to hold on to his life in a small town in northern Russia.
Based on Thomas Pynchon’s picaresque novel, Inherent Vice is director Paul Thomas Anderson’s funniest work yet.
Leila Sansour returned to Bethlehem, the town where she grew up, with a camera and small crew.