Snow in August (2001)

A young boy befriends a Jewish rabbi after witnessing a Jewish merchant being beaten up by racist thugs, leaving the boy and his mother fearful for their lives.

Mid90s (2018)

Mid90s is one of the most refreshing Coming-of-Age dramas released in 2018.

Breaking Brooklyn (2018)

A Coming-of-Age film with dancing as a central motif.

The Witch in the Window (2018)

Just in time for Halloween, a scary film with a Coming-of-Age motif and a talented and charismatic young actor in one of its lead roles.

Lost in Yonkers (1993)

The story of the peculiar experiences of two young teen brothers who were sent to stay with their stern German grandmother and childlike aunt in Yonkers, New York in the summer of 1942.

Just Like Dad (1995)

An easy going family-friendly flick that turns into a perfect choice for a laid back Sunday afternoon.

And Then I Go (2017)

A story of teenage anguish, confusion, aspirations, failures, and ultimately loss of innocence, resulting in a contemporary and compelling Coming-of-Age drama.

The Girl Next Door (2007)

While not a typical first-love Coming-of-Age film, The Girl Next Door is a film about love – albeit a tragic one.

Milk Money (1994)

Do yourself a favor and seek out Milk Money now, for its comedy, drama, Coming-of-Age nuances and everything in between. Highly recommended!

Northern Borders (2013)

A young boy is sent by his father to meet his grandparents, who happen to be quite the eccentric farming couple living in the wilderness of Vermont.

The Babysitter (2017)

A film with themes that may appeal to a young audience and shock their elders.

The Buddy System (1984)

The Buddy System is a heartwarming, likable little film with Wil Wheaton in one of its central roles.