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In their genre-bending documentary, Isidore Bethel and Francis Leplay explore love, intimacy and the slow unraveling of a relationship.
Chris J. Russo profiles six female entrepreneurs in California's cannabis industry, many of whose livelihoods are upended by the state's legalization of marijuana in 2016.
Returning to the Ethiopian city of her childhood, a first-time filmmaker creates an immersive portrait of the land and its people.
In her feature directorial debut for Netflix, Shantrelle P. Lewis celebrates and honors the bonds between Black mothers and daughters.
Guy Ritchie reteams with Jason Statham to introduce an armored-car guard who's not what he seems.
Billy Crystal and Tiffany Haddish star in Crystal's new directorial effort, a dramedy about a man entering the early stages of dementia.
Documentarian Shannon Walsh examines the human cost of the gig economy.
Director Daniel Sivan examines a cheating scandal that rocked the world of elite competitive bridge, exposing that the world of elite competitive bridge exists.
In this documentary composed only of YouTube videos, Udi Nir and Sagi Bornstein follow seven Gen Z vloggers during an unprecedented year.
Mélanie Laurent plays an amnesiac who wakes up in a cryogenic pod with a countdown on her life in Alexandre Aja's lean Netflix sci-fi survival thriller.
Eoin Macken adapts Rob Doyle's novel of post-high school malaise in 2003 Dublin, with a young ensemble cast featuring Anya Taylor-Joy.
Award-winning documentarian Yung Chang takes an inside look at the city where COVID-19 emerged.