Dan Sickles and Antonio Santini make a well-crafted debut with this highly entertaining, never exploitative look at the struggles of nine transgender subjects.
Helmer Susana Fogel and writing partner Joni Lefkowitz's wry debut reps a well-scripted, intriguingly-acted effort to mine the theme of prolonged adolescent best-buddyism through two women -- one…
A young Russian doctor falls madly in love with a beautiful, consumptive courtesan in vet Dutch helmer Jos Stelling's opulent 19th-century period piece
Two young women serving out their military service as office workers on a remote desert army base play out the inanity and insanity of military bureaucracy in tyro Israeli helmer Talya Lavie's aptly…
Mary Elizabeth Winstead gives an extraordinary performance in this uneven but pleasurably mellow indie.
Rory Culkin's electrifying performance as a mentally disturbed young man dominates Lou Howe's debut.
Sofia Norlin achieves an extraordinary sense of place in this impressive, minimalist debut.
Jody Lee Lipes' delightful ballet documentary delves into the intricacies of the creative process.
A surprising, well-crafted look at a ballroom-dancing program aimed at bridging gaps between Jewish and Palestinian children in Israel.
Two experimental filmmakers collaborate on this fervently non-commercial triptych.