The epic film portrays an ambitious portrait of Americans struggling with race and class in the aftermath of World War II.
The artist-turned-filmmaker has broken a number of barriers by focusing on the humanity of tens of millions of people forgotten by Europe and America.
This fly-on-the-wall documentary from filmmaker Peter Nicks offers surprisingly little insight into the Oakland Police Department.
The allegorical film from director Darren Aronofsky bends genres but begs for an explanation.
Danny Strong’s biopic of the renowned novelist veers between the intriguing and the inert.
Documentary shows the rise of civil rights activism in Ferguson, Mo., after Michael Brown’s killing by police in 2014.
Christopher Nolan’s film is different from any other motion picture connected to war.
Director Alejandro Jodorowsky creates a surrealism of the kind that came naturally to Federico Fellini and Seijun Suzuki.