Two years into the Trump administration, filmmakers might be the unlikely healers of our national divide.
Ed Helms, Jon Hamm and a scene-stealing Jake Johnson refuse to grow up in this movie based on a real-life contest.
Claire Danes and Jim Parsons play Brooklyn parents of a gender-nonconforming child.
The Fred Rogers documentary promises to find purchase with a faith-based audience looking for reflection rather than cozy reassurance or cultural domination.
Horror fans, strap in for one wild ride: The feature debut of writer-director Ari Aster delivers shock aplenty.
‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor’ is animated by an unspoken question: What happened to us?
Even in a system ruled by sequels and spinoffs, there should be room for fresh ideas.
‘Filmworker’ profiles the notoriously tyrannical director’s longtime assistant.
Pioneering editor André Leon Talley is the subject of ‘The Gospel According to André.’
Should “La La Land” win best picture?