When Rachel Morrison became the first woman ever to receive an Academy Award nomination for Best Cinematography with Dee Rees’ Mudbound (2017), her breaking of a nearly 90-year-old glass ceiling was both a historic triumph and a depressing statistic to take in. The director’s chair is where we...
With their signature absurdist humor, the Zellner Brothers shrewdly overturn the gender archetypes of the western genre and introduce one of cinema’s greatest animal sidekicks of all time: a miniature horse named Butterscotch.
Following the bond that develops between an overworked parent and her nighttime nanny, 'Tully' is both bitingly funny and observant—and a quietly radical statement on motherhood, sure to make mothers everywhere feel less alone.
Filmmaker, actor and activist Ashley Bell exposes heartbreaking truths about the plight of the Asian elephant in this clear-eyed, ultimately optimistic activism documentary that packs an urgent emotional punch.