Dir. Jayro Bustamante
Atrocities commited by a warmongering general come back to haunt him in modern-day Guatemala.
Dir. Todd Field
Cate Blanchett stars as Lydia Tár, chief conductor of a major German orchestra. In a strongly, yet still and resounding piece that leaves you contemplating why we stopped tolerating bad people making good art, and if that's ok.
Dir. James Ivory
One of those picturesque romance movies from a Merchany-Ivory production of an E. M. Forrester novel. And a punchable performance from Daniel-Day Lewis.
Dir. Cord Jefferson
A novelist who's fed up with the establishment profiting from "Black" entertainment uses a pen name to write a book that propels him into the heart of hypocrisy and the madness he claims to disdain.
Dir. Nobuhiko Obayashi
A Japanese experimental comedy-horror film that revolves around a group of seven schoolgirls who travel to one of their aunts' country homes, where they encounter supernatural events.
Dir. Ryan Coogler
A slice of life look at Oscar Grant on the events preceding getting shot and killed by a BART police officer on January 1, 2009, at Oakland's Fruitvale Station.
Dir. Krzysztof Kieślowski
The Polish television series "Dekalog" revolves around the theme of the First Commandment, "I am the Lord thy God; thou shalt have no other gods before me". The characters grapple with their beliefs and the role of technology in their lives. The story explores the importance of spirituality and the search for meaning in a world dominated by technology and rational thought.
Dir. Edward Yang
The film revolves around two Chinese youth gangs and the experiences of a 14-year-old boy named S'ir. The story is divided into two halves: the first half traces S'ir's experiences in the gang, while the second half focuses on his home and love life. Both halves culminate in unexpected violence