This devastating story of a mother searching for her son who went missing crossing the Mexican border shows that the pain of loss and the power of maternal love knows no bounds.
A morose, lifeless condemnation of despicable people, for no discernible reason.
A treasure of a documentary, covering a cultural phenomenon with clarity, nuance, and responsibility.
This quirky comedy is a joyride of misfits in middle America.
Irish boys accidentally awaken vampires, and unleash hilarity.
An anthology of student films from the 1970s shows horror and filmmaking stars being born.
CIFF offers an intriguing Stanley Kubrick study and a layered look at Chicago in these documentaries.
This documentary is a loving celebration of the wacky fans of 'The Monster Squad'.
Despite roots in real-life trauma, Ismaël el Iraki's pulpy film fumbles its slippery approach.
Darkness explores complex topics, and the acting is admirable in capturing the raw emotions behind this heightened situation, but it leaves a bit too much shrouded in the shadows.
This chilly, thrilling comedy successfully mixes witty social commentary with nerve-wracking dread and tension.