A caustically funny art-world satire and an on-point millennial snapshot – The African Desperate wraps these and more into a delicious debut.
Elizabeth Banks and Sigourney Weaver star as activists providing abortions and a lifeline to desperate women prior to Roe v. Wade.
In his latest provocation, satire master Riley Stearns asks: if you had to duel your own clone to the death, would you win?
Aubrey Plaza plays a woman with nothing to lose in this thriller about the late-capitalist lines some are willing to cross for the American Dream.
Actor Charlotte Le Bon makes a bold directorial debut with this haunting coming-of-age romance set during a summer vacation, straight from Cannes.
Beanie Feldstein, Steven Yeun, Richard Jenkins and Amy Schumer star in an ensemble drama about a family lunch that gets an existentialist horror spin.
The Killing of Two Lovers director Robert Machoian returns with a slow-burning study of performative masculinity and its associated dangers.
Colorado’s Rocky Mountains provide the backdrop to this exquisite romantic drama about a lonely woman yearning to reconnect with an old flame.
In this boldly bleak tragicomedy from rising star Jerrod Carmichael, two best friends decide today will be the day to end their lives.
In this powerfully unsettling examination of consent and predation, which won a Sundance Directing Award, a teenager falls for a man twice her age.
What would you get if you threw John Waters, Marlon Brando and A Clockwork Orange into a neon-soaked celluloid blender? This film might be the answer.
Following his exploration of male entitlement in Social Hygiene, Denis Côté returns with an intimate look at female sexuality – well, hypersexuality.
Skate filmmaker Rick Charnoski crafts a penetrating, stylishly gritty story of a teenage vagabond on the fringes of 1980s California.
Made in collaboration with the Oglala Lakota community, Riley Keough and Gina Gammell’s Cannes Caméra d’Or winner is a powerful tale of coming of age.