The wrenching true story of an interracial couple who were arrested in 1950's Virginia is told with expert sensitivity by director Jeff Nichols, and naturalistic lead performances from actors Negga and Edgerton.
A 25-year labour of love for director Scorsese, this profound meditation on faith is set during the ban on Christianity in 17th Century Japan and follows two Jesuit priests searching for their missing mentor. Forms a trilogy with Scorsese's previous religious epics, THE LAST TEMPTATION OF CHRIST and KUNDUN.
An affecting character study of best friends and would-be lovers who embark on an impromptu road trip days before one of them gets married. By the director of TREELESS MOUNTAIN, and featuring impressive, naturalistic performances and palpable chemistry between actors Riley Keogh and Jena Malone.
A profound ode to small-town life and the beauty found within everyday simplicity, director Jim Jarmusch here creates a masterful, carefully considered portrait of the quiet life of a bus driving poet in Paterson, New Jersey.
August Wilson faithfully adapts his Pulitzer Prize-winning stageplay for the screen with Denzel Washington directing and starring as a working-class African-American father in the 1950s trying to raise his family while coming to terms with past events of his life.
Riveting true story of a boy who becomes separated from his Indian family at the age of 5, and is adopted by Australian parents. As an adult, he pieces together clues to find his birth parents and miraculously reconciles with them.
This superbly directed drama explores the human search for belonging in…