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An atmospheric coming-of-age film showing the heartbreak of young love and the importance of self-discovery with striking cinematography and strong performances.
An Arab teen attending an Israeli school finds love and battles bigotry as he searches for himself in this glorious drama.
Aggressively upbeat, Forbes' filmic tribute to her late, manic-depressive father is high-caliber entertainment.
Famuyiwa's unpredictable coming-of-age comedy is, in fact, insanely dope.
Pixar's latest animated adventure is their weirdest, most universal picture yet.
Four high school friends spend a night together in this true-to-life depiction of teenagers on the cusp.
This quick-witted comedic update on Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn would make Mark Twain proud.
The secret to happiness lies in one man's closet in this charming comedic fantasy from Oliver Thompson.
A dark, honest look at the life of homeless, without being preachy. Homeless is an incredible feature debut from Clay Riley Hassler.
Pohlad's Brian Wilson biopic sidesteps cliché, telling a stereophonic story of heroes and villains.
A visual spectacle of a film that is further proof of Luca Bigazzi being one of the finest working cinematographers in the business.
An acerbic punch to the gut and a treasure chest for the philosophically inclined. The work of an auteur on top of his game.
A reluctant man-child learns to try again in this subtle, aptly realized film about love and loss.
Grimy and well-performed, this seedy tale of one man's road to redemption showcases Sam Trammell's abilities.
A post-apocalyptic world ups the emotional tension in this tale of siblings searching for their family.
A deeply dark and devastating experience, Son of Saul is one of the best directorial debuts in years.
An explosive, shocking, and truly visceral hyper-violent thriller about a delusional anti-hero.
Fans of French cinema, coming-of-age stories, and kindhearted romantic comedies are sure to find plenty to enjoy with Love at First Fight.
An excellent first documentary about the father of base-jumping Carl Boenish.
A funny, silky-smooth portrait of a woman acquiescing with death in her twilight.
An absurdist social critique that solidifies Lanthimos as not just a unique voice in today’s cinematic realm, but a great one as well.
An excellent first feature from John Maclean is a fairytale Western with a unique comedic self-awareness.
Albert Maysles' final documentary is an immensely likable and engaging portrait of a true eccentric.
Ethan Hawke plays a morally conflicted drone pilot in this unflinching look at the cost of drone warfare.
This documentary about lying mixes personal stories and science to share some surprisingly authentic conclusions.
In this unlikely but delightful buddy picture, an old man and his young friend pursue someone they suspect of being a Nazi in hiding.
A Holocaust survivor with a reconstructed face must confront the husband who may have handed her to the Nazis in this haunting postwar drama.
Lost identities become switched when the lives of an Israeli artist and a Palestinian factory worker intersect at a tiny metal screw in this dazzling film.
Alison Brie and Jason Sudeikis attempt being "just friends" while navigating a mutual tendency to abuse sex in this hilariously fresh rom com.
A good balance of heart and science, this exposé on the silent rise of the militarization of police has the potential to start a movement.
Uncertain sets its sights on a small town on the brink of death, and finds beauty and hope within, something surprisingly human amidst a landscape that looks anything but....
A mobile home community that houses rehabilitating sex offenders gets profiled in this tough, formidable and well-crafted documentary.
Jeremy Coon and Tim Skousen know what they are doing when it comes to making it a great documentary. In fact, it's more than one great documentary; it's two.
Those Who Feel the Fire Burning is a provocative, hypnotic film dealing with the plight of immigrants stuck in Europe.
A simply shot film with an unexpected heroine at its center manages to both build compassion for those effected by the sex trade and ask what can be done...
An exceptional documentary about a tragic misidentification that fires on all cylinders and asks necessary questions.
The perfect vehicle for Lily Tomlin to prove her comedic prowess and how it's only improved with age.
Thinking-man's sci-fi never looked so slick.
A sometimes weird, bizarre, and blazingly artistic documentary that is by far the most moving and real account of life with ALS yet.
Felix and Meira takes the traditional trappings of a tale of forbidden love and submerges them all in a world of cultural oppression.
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