Michael, a horse merchant and family man in 16th-century France, is betrayed by a nobleman and decides to fight back — against impossible odds.
A changing country and the lure of money, power and women draw three school friends deep into Hong Kong’s underground organized crime scene.
Suspected of murder by the police, Oscar Svendson tries to prove his innocence with the tale of a huge lottery win that went very wrong.
Meet super-siblings Jorpe and Norva: nature experts, martial arts wonders and eco-heroes with a mission to save the planet from global warming.
The courageous investigators of Human Rights Watch’s Emergencies Team risk their lives to document unlawful attacks on civilians by brutal dictators.
A young couple gets lost driving through a maze of country roads to a music festival, and soon their pleasant road trip turns into a nightmare.
A macabre web site called Darknet links the tales in this chilling anthology series whose protagonists face a range of unnameable horrors.
A filmmaker and his girlfriend find creative inspiration in a mysterious neighbor’s disturbing sculptures, but they may hide a terrifying secret.
Refusing to believe punk is dead, a trio of 13-year-old misfits form a band in spite of their collective lack of musicianship.
After her triumph in the Hunger Games, Katniss Everdeen travels through the districts on a “Victor’s Tour” while a rebellion gathers steam around her.
A century after Earth was devastated by a nuclear apocalypse, 100 space station residents are sent to the planet to determine whether it’s habitable.
For her Ph.D. thesis, Mia decides to film a woman’s Alzheimer’s battle, but when symptoms turn strange, the family suspects something more sinister.
Using animation, music, comedy and more, 20 acclaimed filmmakers demystify important aspects of the economy in this engaging collection of shorts.
With help from his puppets, “Daily Show” alum Wyatt Cenac shares hilarious observations of life in Brooklyn during a show at New York’s Union Hall.