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  • Women Who Kill (NR)

    Two women, previously in a romantic relationship and currently cohosts of a true-crime podcast, face danger when a mysterious woman arrives on the scene. more...
  • Whose Streets? (NR)

    Documentary makers Sabaah Folayan and Damon Davis spent two years following the civil unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, after a white police officer shot and killed an unarmed black man in 2014. more...
  • Wazir (NR)

    This action thriller directed by Bejoy Nambiar follows the story of two unlikely friends as they try to find a way out of a conspiracy that casts a shadow over their lives. more...
  • We Could Happen (NR)

    Raza Siddiqui wrote and directed this drama about a real estate agent and his former girlfriend meeting again to get some closure after a messy breakup. more...
  • Worlds Apart (NR)

    Christoforos Papakaliatis directed this Greek romance composed of three separate love stories, each involving a foreigner who falls in love with a Greek during a time of socioeconomic turmoil. more...
  • Walking Man (NR)

    In this documentary, a father and son walk across the state of Missouri in search of explanations for the state's rural suicide epidemic. more...
  • White Cop
  • White Cop (NR)

    In this low-budget action spoof, shot on the streets of Bucktown and the Near West Side, an inept police detective (Ben Kobold) vows revenge against the drug cartel that killed his best friend. more...
  • Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?
  • Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? (NR)

    In the opening minutes of this Taiwanese comedy, an elderly optometrist announces his retirement and then, standing in the street outside his shop, opens his umbrella and floats away like Mary Poppins. more...
  • A Wolf at the Door
  • A Wolf at the Door (NR)

    This Brazilian crime drama (2013) harkens back to the French poetic realist cinema of the 1930s—Le Jour se Leve in particular—with its petit bourgeois milieu and air of foreboding. more...
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  • War Witch (NR)

    Canadian writer-director Kim Nguyen spent nearly a decade researching this docudrama about child soldiers in Africa, and the film feels as authoritative as a first-hand account. more...
  • Windfall (NR)

    A full-throated attack on wind energy, this feature by Laura Israel is one of the most surprising (and depressing) eco docs I've seen in years. more...