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‘Promising Young Woman’,’ ‘The Assistant’ and ‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always’ Writer-Directors on Their Socially Relevant Heroines

The female filmmakers behind these awards contenders use sophisticated points of view and unusual, revealing camera choices to show us their heroines from the outside…

‘Love, Weddings & Other Disasters’: Film Review

Diane Keaton, Jeremy Irons and Maggie Grace star in 'Love, Weddings & Other Disasters,' Dennis Dugan's rom-com about one wedding and several mismatched couples.

‘Superintelligence’: Film Review

Melissa McCarthy, Bobby Cannavale and James Cordon team up in 'Superintelligence,' a comedy about an AI and the most average person on Earth.

‘Baby God’: Film Review | DOC NYC 2020

'Baby God,' an HBO documentary, presents the tangled story of a predatory doctor who used his own sperm in fertility treatments.

‘Duty Free’: Film Review | DOC NYC 2020

A journalist and his 75-year-old mother explore ageism and bucket lists in  'Duty Free,' a personal documentary.

‘The Road Up’: Film Review

'The Road Up,' Jon Siskel and Greg Jacobs' documentary about a Chicago jobs program, features an inspiring training coach.

‘Nasrin’: Film Review

'Nasrin,' a clandestinely filmed documentary, offers a first-hand view of the imprisoned Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh.

‘The Violent Heart’: Film Review

Jovan Adepo and Grace Van Patten play young lovers and Mary J. Blige and Lukas Haas  are parents in 'The Violent Heart', Karem Sanga's melodrama combining romance, family secrets and murder.

‘I Am Greta’: Film Review| Venice 2020

Hulu documentary  'I Am Greta' goes behind the scenes with climate activist Greta Thunberg on her journey from schoolgirl to global superstar.

‘Chemical Hearts’: Film Review

Lili Reinhart takes on teen angst and trauma in 'Chemical Hearts,' a YA drama about ending high school, finding love and facing adult life.

‘Shine Your Eyes’: Film Review

A Nigerian searches Sao Paulo for his missing brother in 'Shine Your Eyes,' Brazilian filmmaker Matias Mariani's multicultural drama about family, identity and myth.

‘Jimmy Carter Rock & Roll President’: Film Review

In 'Jimmy Carter Rock & Roll President,' Carter, Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan and others talk about his love of music and how rock stars helped him get to the White House.