From showcases of young love to partners mourned, these films span a wide range of styles in their deconstruction of the romantic.
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Author: Christopher Campbell
Short-form Academy Award nominees are now in theaters and will be availableon VOD later this month.
Garry Keane and Andrew McConnell brilliantly but heartbreakingly show us what everyday life is like in the Gaza Strip.
Stanley Nelson offers a rich introductory portrait of the jazz legend, whose life story is history.
Luke Lorentzen's documentary about a family-operated ambulance service presents an emergency situation of its own regarding the ethical dilemmas of Mexico City's healthcare system.
Garret Price's film is not just a tribute to the late actor. It's also a posthumous gift from Yelchin himself.
Director Richard Ladkani and producer Leonardo DiCaprio re-team with 'The Ivory Game' investigator Andrea Crosta to try to save the vaquita.
Hassan Fazili, Fatima Hussaini, and their children chronicle their escape from Afghanistan and pursuit of asylum in this uniquely intimate nonfiction road movie.
Before he found posthumous fame as the author of 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,' Stieg Larsson's mission in life was to expose the rise of right-wing extremism.
Kim Longinotto's portrait of Sicilian photographer Letizia Battaglia celebrates the powers of love and art in contrast to the intimidating force of the Cosa Nostra.