Silver City

Silver City

Part political satire, part murder mystery, John Sayles’ Silver City also touches on themes of exploitation of the press, the environment, and the working man. Things start off badly for Colorado gubernatorial candidate Dickie Pilager, the dim-witted scion of a...
The Muslims Are Coming!

The Muslims Are Coming!

The Muslims Are Coming! follows a band of Muslim-American comedians as they visit big cities, small towns, rural villages, and everything in between to combat Islamophobia. These Muzzies not only perform standup at each tour stop but create ridiculous interventions in...
Tom at the Farm

Tom at the Farm

Controversial, award-winning Canadian director Xavier Dolan presents this Hitchcockian suspense drama. Dolan stars as the eponymous protagonist, a hipster who leaves the city to attend the funeral of his partner, who hadn’t yet come out as gay to his family....
Lone Star

Lone Star

Lone Star, which Roger Ebert calls “the best work yet by one of our most original and independent filmmakers,” depicts the ways in which the residents of a Texan border town view their shared past. A skeleton found in the desert is that of Charlie Wade, a bastard of a...
My Neighbourhood

My Neighbourhood

My Neighbourhood (directed by Julia Bacha and Rebekah Wingert-Jabi) chronicles the story of Mohammed El Kurd, a Palestinian teenager whose family is forced to share a section of their East Jerusalem home with Israeli settlers. When Israeli activists arrive in his...
Consideration

Consideration

Jessica works two jobs. What little spare time she has is spent dropping off resumes at law firms. But it’s not enough to keep up with payments on $100,000 of student loan debt. When she goes into default, she’s forced to find another source of income and finds her...