Laura Poitras' thrilling documentary captures the clandestine Hong Kong hotel-room meetings between NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and the journalists who helped bring his startling revelations to the world's attention.
An aging Roman Catholic priest in a Niagara Falls parish (Michael Murphy) has his life turned upside down by an accusation of a possible sexual transgression in his past, in this gripping drama from writer-director Terrance Odette (Heater, Saint Monica).
An impulsive decision in a moment of crisis drives a wedge between a husband and wife, in this gripping moral drama from provocative director Ruben Östlund (Play) that became a word-of-mouth sensation at this year’s Cannes.
Murray Markowitz's film à clef about the notorious 1959 murder of twelve-year-old Lynne Harper and the subsequent conviction of her fourteen-year-old classmate Steven Truscott, whose conviction was dismissed nearly fifty years later.
The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart makes his directorial debut with the true story of Iranian-Canadian journalist Maziar Bahari (played by Gael García Bernal), whose appearance on Stewart’s show in 2009 precipitated his five-month imprisonment by the Iranian government.
Two young, female Israeli army conscripts contend with boredom, isolation and worse while counting down their days of mandatory service, in this darkly comic feature debut from Talya Lavie, which won Best Narrative Feature at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.