Daisy Ridley stars in the new darkly comedic and poignant Sundance drama “Sometimes I Think About Dying” from director Rachel Lambert.
Browsing: Sundance Film Festival
Emilia Jones and Nicholas Braun star in the engaging new Sundance drama “Cat Person” which explores the perils of modern dating.
Patricia Ortega’s radiant new film ‘Mamacruz’ (2023) balances religiosity and eroticism in an engrossing character study.
To Live and Die and Live is an emotional film about the weight of unchecked trauma. Read our Sundance Film Festival review here…
Slow is that rare film that is quiet in its understated presentation, yet it still manages to scream loudly in its themes of human sexuality.
Director Charlotte Regan makes her feature debut with the father-daughter coming-of-age tale “Scrapper” at the Sundance Film Festival.
‘When It Melts’ is an emotionally devastating exploration of untreated trauma. Read our full review from Sundance here.
Director Andrew Durham adapts Alysia Abbott’s emotional memoir in the Sundance drama “Fairyland” starring Scoot McNairy. Get our thoughts!
Girl is a thoughtful and emotional exploration of unresolved trauma. Read our full Sundance review inside here.
The Amazing Maurice is sure to be a fun time for children and younger audiences. Read our Sundance review here.