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‘Under the Fig Trees’ (‘Sous les figues’): Film Review | Cannes 2022

Erige Sehiri’s narrative debut chronicles and animates the lives of a group of women Tunisian fig harvesters.

‘Mother and Son’ (‘Un petit frère’): Film Review | Cannes 2022

Léonor Serraille's second feature is a sweeping, impressionistic portrait of an Ivorian mother building a life with her two sons in France.

‘Nostalgia’: Film Review | Cannes 2022

Mario Martone’s adaptation of Ermanno Rea’s novel brings the Italian director to present-day Naples, where he explores the complexity of homecoming.

‘Joyland’: Film Review | Cannes 2022

Saim Sadiq’s debut feature observes the tension within a Pakistani family suffocated by societal conventions.

‘Forever Young’ (‘Les Amandiers’): Film Review | Cannes 2022

Valeria Bruni Tedeschi’s fifth feature follows a group of students admitted into Patrice Chéreau's Théâtre des Amandiers in Nanterre in the 1980s.

‘More Than Ever’ (‘Plus que jamais’): Film Review | Cannes 2022

Emily Atef's feature, starring Vicky Krieps and the late Gaspard Ulliel, is a drama about a woman finding herself after being diagnosed with a rare illness.

Riley Keough’s ‘War Pony’: Film Review | Cannes 2022

Two Oglala Lakota boys navigate life on their South Dakota reservation in this coming-of-age story co-directed by the 'Zola' actress.

‘Harka’: Film Review | Cannes 2022

Lotfy Nathan’s narrative debut follows a young man trying to survive in post-revolution Tunisia.

Abortion in Film: THR Critics Recommend 12 Movies to Revisit

At a moment when Roe v. Wade is under direct challenge, here are some of the most inspired examples of the ways filmmakers around the world have explored the reality of abortion in women's lives.

‘Anaïs in Love’: Film Review

A restless young woman falls in love with the partner of a former lover in Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet's debut feature.

‘POTUS’: Theater Review

Rachel Dratch, Julianne Hough and Vanessa Williams star alongside Lilli Cooper, Lea DeLaria, Suzy Nakamura and Julie White in playwright Selina Fillinger’s farce about women and the patriarchy.

Netflix’s ‘Heartstopper’: TV Review

Alice Oseman's series follows a group of English teens wrestling with self-definition and queer identity.