In France’s Oscar entry, Martine Chevallier and Barbara Sukowa play closeted lovers looking forward to a new life together.
A newlywed couple fears the worst in a pandemic that wipes people’s memories.
Two farmer brothers who haven’t spoken in 40 years must work together to save their sheep flocks in this Australian remake of the 2015 Icelandic original.
Denzel Washington and Rami Malek play cops tracking a serial killer in John Lee Hancock’s grim thriller.
Ralph Fiennes and Carey Mulligan star as the duo behind a major archaeological discovery, a real event that astounded British scholars on the eve of World War II.
A devastating illness and an unconventional living arrangement push the bounds of friendship in this drama starring Dakota Johnson, Casey Affleck and Jason Segel.
Dror Moreh’s documentary gives a behind-the-scenes look at 30 years of Israel-Palestine peace talks from the perspective of the American negotiators.
Ukraine’s dystopic Oscar entry takes place in a polluted landscape strewn with abandoned machinery and frozen corpses.
In Hungary’s Oscar entry, a neurosurgeon worries she’s losing her mind after a man with whom she is smitten claims that he does not know her.
A young Indian man climbs the social ladder in Ramin Bahrani’s epic adaptation of the award-winning novel by Aravind Adiga.
In Switzerland’s affecting Oscar entry, a playwright strengthens the bonds with her dying twin.
Silly shenanigans during the pandemic, with Anne Hathaway and Chiwetel Ejiofor as larcenous ex-lovers still living together.
In Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó’s English-language debut, a woman struggles to cope after her home birth ends in tragedy.
Loosely based on a bestseller by the same name, this stunning documentary reveals the inner lives of nonverbal children with autism who nonetheless find ways to express themselves.
A new Criterion set showcases three late films by the surrealistic and subversive Spanish director.
A desperate mother of two mixes pragmatism with optimism in Phyllida Lloyd’s stirring feature.
In Ekwa Msangi’s debut feature, a long-separated family, now reunited, must find the right steps to make a new life.
Eugene Ashe’s sumptuous romance in a Harlem setting rings changes on Hollywood history.
Tom Hanks stars in Paul Greengrass’s latest, about an impoverished widower who tries to help a silent, abandoned girl in 1870.
Pixar’s latest features a jazz pianist grappling with the biggest of existential questions.