Patricia Rozema returns to the big screen with 'Into the Forest', a gripping story about two sisters who are forced to fend for themselves in a society on the brink of collapse.
James White (Christopher Abbott), a troubled hard-partier in his twenties struggles with the loss of his estranged father when his mother's (Cynthia Nixon) terminal cancer suddenly begins to spread rapidly.
Dennis Nash (Andrew Garfield) is an honest, unemployed single father struggling to stay afloat when his family's home is foreclosed on by a ruthless real estate broker, Rick Carver (Michael Shannon). When Rick offers Dennis a job, he begins working for the very man who took everything from him.
Despite being placed under a six-year house arrest and receiving a 20-year ban on writing scripts, directing films, giving interviews, or leaving the country, Panahi has still managed to distribute new content. Now, we get to witness Panahi's confinement being transported throughout Tehran in the front seat of his own taxi cab.
Inspired by Korean culture's strong stigma against adoption, 'In Her Place' stars Kil Hae-Yeon and Ahn Ji-Hye as a mother and daughter living on a farm in an unnamed town. When the teenage daughter becomes pregnant, a woman arrives from Seoul to propose a secret adoption, conditional on her staying with them for the duration of the pregnancy.
After a gentle alien becomes stranded on Earth, the being is discovered and befriended by a young boy named Elliott.
Patricia Rozema's debut feature film - a charming, whimsical story about a daydreamer with artistic aspirations - won the award for best first feature at the Cannes Film Festival and went on to become one of the most profitable Canadian films ever made.
Denounced as a Terry Fox copycat and unable to generate many donations, Steve Fonyo faced an uphill battle until he ran past the spot where Fox had been forced to stop. Hurt is an examination of addiction and mental illness as well as the "kick you to the curb" mentality that we have with celebrity culture.
Director Athina Rachel Tsangari's 'Chevalier' is an odd and hilarious look at six men vying for position in an absurd competition of machismo while their yacht undergoes repairs.