Filmmaker Gayle Kirschenbaum forges a path to forgiveness in her highly personal film taken from home movies never meant to be shared.
Haunting images and difficult topics are prevalent in all five Oscar Nominated Documentary Shorts, a collection of work that investigates and highlights the horror, humanity and hope that unite us all.
Things don't necessarily get any darker in the sequel to the best-selling trilogy of erotica, nor do they get any sexier.
"The Oscar Nominated Short Films - Animation" all focus on universal themes of time, growing up and the lessons we learn along the way.
The relevance of this year's Oscar Nominated Short Films - Live Action" carry a similar weight to them in a time of uncertainty. From darker issues like immigration and racism to uplifting reflections on humanity, these five films are all about the now.
John Wick returns, longer-lasting and burning brighter than ever before.
What had originally enticed Torun, a native of the city, was that for the largely Muslim population the uniqueness of how street cats are treated in Istanbul is in fact not too dissimilar to how cows are honored in India.
When two college lads meet-cute, and romance proceeds, what keeps us watching? Plenty.
The DVD release offers no special features, but after two and a half hours of such cinematic brio -- fierce performances, perfectly balanced direction, and a sizzling script -- you'll be sated to the point of just not caring. This film is quite sufficient
Jim Jarmusch chronicles the protopunk pioneers with clips and interviews to "penetrate the tangled web of their career" in the energetic, quirky, irreverent biopic.