Family Guy: Hirokazu Kore-eda Is the Master of the Domestic Drama

The acclaimed Japanese filmmaker behind the Oscar-nominated ‘Shoplifters’ is back with ‘The Truth,’ another superb study of parents and children. Here, he talks about his own family, losing those close to him, and why he likes melancholy endings.

‘Welcome to Chechnya’ Spotlights an LGBTQ Genocide — And the Brave Activists Trying to Stop It

Documentarian David France was embedded in the Russian republic for nearly two years chronicling the underground railroad of volunteers risking their lives to rescue Chechnya’s queer victims

How Did Police Get the Greg Kelley Sexual Assault Case So Wrong?

The sobering, enraging Showtime documentary ‘Outcry’ recounts the 2013 investigation of Kelley, a star Texas pro-football prospect who was convicted of molesting children — but never stopped insisting he was innocent

M. Night Shyamalan and the Curse of Being Called ‘The Next Spielberg’

It’s a title bestowed on many up-and-coming filmmakers, but not one has managed to live up to those expectations — nor could they hope to