Girl is a thoughtful and emotional exploration of unresolved trauma. Read our full Sundance review inside here.
Browsing: Sundance Film Festival
The Amazing Maurice is sure to be a fun time for children and younger audiences. Read our Sundance review here.
Director Christopher Zalla returns to the Sundance Film Festival with his grounded take on the inspirational teacher trope in “Radical.”
Little Richard: I Am Everything is the new definitive record of Rock and Roll history. Get our thoughts on the film here.
Narrative quibbles aside, what makes A Thousand and One excellent is how it lives and breathes community. Read our review inside…
Writer/Director Laurel Parmet crafts a hilarious and heartbreaking coming-of-age drama in her feature debut “The Starling Girl.”
Kenneth Dagatan’s sophomore feature follows a young girl who discovers a mysterious fairy who can cure her mother’s illness.
Once the initial shock of blood and semen wears off, Infinity Pool boils down to “no thoughts, just vibes.” Read our review here…
Ukrainian doc investigates the tragedy of flight MH17 in 2014 & the coverup that followed, but its ambition gets in the way of its mission.
“Theater Camp” is equal parts endearingly cheesy and delightfully absurd. A true love letter to live theater and summer camps of all kinds.