Existential

Ambiguous questions about human nature are posed without clear solutions. What causes someone to commit a crime? Is it innate or learned? Is it predetermined or done out of free will?
By
Josh Cabrita

Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

This gripping thriller about Cold War espionage follows an English spy as he returns to MI-6 under suspicion that he's become a Soviet operative.

The Falling

At an English boarding school for girls in 1969, after one student dies, the others are afflicted en masse by an inexplicable fainting condition.

We Need to Talk About Kevin

When her 15-year-old son's cruel streak erupts into violence, his mother wonders how much blame she deserves for his actions.

White Bird in a Blizzard

When 17-year-old Kat Conners's mom, Eve, vanishes, the teen relishes her newfound freedom -- until the reality of her loss sets in.

The Canyons

A chance meeting thrusts a calculating movie producer and his actress girlfriend into a tour through the dark side of human nature.

Dog Eat Dog

A delusional ex-con rejoins his unhinged former partners for one last job: kidnap the baby of a mobster's enemy for ransom.