“Talk to Me” combines an emotional rumination on the loneliness of grief with a surprisingly gory tale of demonic possession.
Browsing: Sundance Film Festival
Fair Play is an incendiary, stunning look at ruthless ambition’s innate compatibility with workplace misogyny.
“Onyx the Fortuitous and the Talisman of Souls” is an absurd, heartwarming romp about friendship succeeding in the face of adversity.
Magazine Dreams is a punishing but worthwhile journey with Jonathan Majors delivering his best performance to date.
“Aliens Abducted My Parents” is a familiar remix of coming-of-age stories and science fiction cheese that’s worth watching at least once.
Acclaimed artist Anton Corbijn takes a look at the creative entity behind some of rock ‘n’ roll’s most iconic album covers.
Sophie Barthes’ “The Pod generation” is a heartwarming, funny, and very human piece of science fiction that’s well worth a watch.
Set in 1970s Rome, Emanuele Crialese’s ‘L’Immensitá’ is a tender and electric portrait of a family centered on two astounding performances.
20 Days in Mariupol is soul-crushing, but watching it is the least anyone could do. Read our full review inside here…
Ashley Sabin and David Redmon’s documentary ‘Kim’s Video’ (2023) is a marvelous hybrid of personal odyssey and art philosophy.