Thought Crimes gets very close-up and personal with this character, showing him in his mother’s house where he is confined.
Director Ginafranco Rosi embraces the convoluted system and drives Sacro GRA in circles as he meditates upon a world in transition.
From the Bottom of the Lake is a behind the scenes look at Jane Campion's hit mini-series Top of the Lake with Elisabeth Moss.
The liberal humour of What is Left? brings an enlightened spirit to the screen.
A Dress Rehearsal for an Execution by Bahman Tavoosi is a docudrama about Jahangir Razmi's photo depicting the mass execution of eleven Kurds.
A profoundly quiet film, Tour of Duty gives the memories of its participants room to breathe by moving at a slow and deliberate pace that challenges the viewer.
The Overnighters deftly follows its riveting story arc from our initial impressions of Pastor Reinke’s determined benevolence to a disturbing reveal.
Overall, Alexandre O. Philippe's Doc of the Dead is a fan’s affectionate Mondo Zombie intended mainly for other aficionados.
Randy Murray’s The Joe Show zeroes in on American pulp reality with its look at Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, “America’s toughest sheriff."
Divide in Concord rejects debate in favour of an inflammatory, emotionally manipulative plea that's likely to sharpen pre-existing opinions.