A diplomat’s wife holed up alone in a modern-day Cairo hotel finds solace, companionship and unexpected romance with a soulful café owner and former employee of her absent husband in this luminous romantic melodrama starring Patricia Clarkson.
A doctor signs on to a cargo freighter, little knowing what the ship is actually carrying in this suspenseful, stylish and atmospheric science fiction dazzler that potently combines environmental concerns with outer space chills.
Beginning with the infamous riot during Igor Stravinsky’s 1913 premiere of The Rite of Spring, this moodily intense, sumptuously detailed drama evokes a pivotal era of upheaval in Western culture by focusing on two of its most famous protagonists.
An aimless former student of forensic science eager to embrace a quiet life in Portland discovers a mystery that shakes him out of his slumber in this comedy-cum-thriller from a key practitioner of low-budget indie filmmaking.
This compelling documentary explores the mystery surrounding the sudden vanishing of honeybees—a phenomenon, known as Colony Collapse Disorder, with widespread repercussions for humans—drawing on various profiles of leading beekeepers as they struggle to rescue their vital industry.
Nearly 55 years after they met, Constantin and Elena are still in love, living simply in their Romanian village and enriching each day with stories and singing in this unforgettable documentary portrait of one year in the life of an extraordinary couple.
The Academy Award– and Grammy-winning music legend will discuss his acclaimed contributions as a composer, music supervisor and producer to films such as Crazy Heart, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Walk the Line, Cold Mountain and The Big Lebowski.
At a British girls’ boarding school, a glamorous and provocative teacher captures the imagination of a group of students until a new girl from Spain reveals the darker side of a secluded society where obsession, rivalry and sexual awakening collide.
A divorced schlub (John C. Reilly) thinks his luck has finally changed after meeting the beautiful Molly (Marisa Tomei)—but then he meets her very adult, very attached son (Jonah Hill) in this Sundance hit from cult favorites the Duplass brothers.
A young Tutsi woman, abandoned by the Belgian family she worked for, must fend for herself amid the Rwandan genocide in this potent psychological study of survival, featuring a remarkably vital performance from singer and survivor Ruth Nirere.