Ben Affleck's film is a dramatization of how Nike signed NBA rookie Michael Jordan in a legendary deal that would forever change the landscape of celebrity endorsements and professional sports.
Banned in Pakistan, the film Joyland chronicles a young married man's travails after he gets a job as a backup dancer in a revue featuring a trans performer.
In Raine Allen-Miller's high-spirited romcom, two young, Black Londoners spend a day walking and talking together. It's a rare and enjoyable on-screen journey through south-of-the-Thames London.
A game cast, solid jokes and a refreshingly light touch when it comes to adapting the deep lore of the beloved tabletop role-playing game make for a breezily fun film for Nerd and Normal alike.
A free-spirited mom, fresh from prison, kidnaps her 6-year-old from foster care, determined that her family will not be separated again in the drama A Thousand and One.
The vibrant directorial debut of Raine Allen-Miller is a hip rom-com set against the backdrop of bustling South London.
Teyana Taylor stars as a mom trying to build a home for her son in an intimate Sundance Film Festival winner that's more surprising than it looks.
Tori and Lokita is the latest gripping moral thriller from Belgian filmmakers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne. The story is swift and relentless; it runs barely 90 minutes and never slows down.
Nam June Paik: Moon Is the Oldest TV premiered at Sundance in January. It traces the life and legacy of visionary artist Nam June Paik.