Hybrid documentary “My Name is Andrea” is a compelling examination of the feminist theorist’s work— even if it could be improved.
The film misses its chance to paint a complex, compelling narrative of a true historical story, opting instead for surface level commentary.
Twice Colonized is an effective rewriting of that history from her own personal lens, with a narrative that’s deeply touching and moving.
By following a Palestinian girl’s experience during the Nakba, Darin J. Sallam captures the devastation of an underdiscussed event.
Ali Cherri’s debut feature film is a compelling, though at times underdeveloped, exploration of a turbulent time in Northern Sudanese history.
For those who do not love Hae-jun and Seo-rae, the film’s central couple, Park Chan-Wook’s “Decision to Leave” leaves much to be desired.
“One Fine Morning” is a grounded picture of a Parisian woman’s tumultuous life. But its subtlety frequently borders on insubstantiality.
The talent behind the eco-horror film “Enys Men” discuss industrial history, Cornish culture, and the environmental crises facing us all.
Javier Bardem shines as a boss who will stop at nothing– including meddling in his employee’s personal lives– to achieve his goals.
Inu-Oh is a multifaceted, engaging, and complex experience, giving the viewer plenty to chew on well after its final encore.