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Jean Paul Civeyrac conjures a bittersweet ode to the heady days of student life that evokes the films of the French New Wave in 'A Paris Education'.

A reckless loner sets out on a crime spree that she broadcasts on social media in Robert Mockler’s visually arresting debut ‘Like Me’.

'What Will People Say' is a tense and moving drama about women’s rights, immigrant identity, and familial duties.

‘The Divine Order’ is set in Switzerland in 1971 where, despite the worldwide social upheavals of the previous decade, women were still unable to vote.

Using a mix of film stocks and art direction that evokes a bygone era of European cinema, ‘Porto’ delivers a cinematic form of saudade (nostalgia).

FD’s got you covered with our picks of the best movies to catch at the theater. Travel back in time to 17th century Russia with 'The Seagull'; watch

Turn your attention to all the great indie cinema hitting the big screen this weekend. FD’s got you covered with our picks of the best movies to catch

At the box office this weekend: Get caught up with an Army soldier’s colonial conflict in ‘Hostiles’; bag some loot with a man who’s definitely not going to

Thank heavens it’s Friday! Thanksgiving has once again come and gone. Like us, did you binge on a little too much turkeyrific goodness? Not to fret, the pounds