A profile of Del Close, the godfather of improv comedy, shares a spark of creativity with its subject.
For a company that found success getting real with games like "Mortal Kombat" and "NBA Jam," this candid history is an appropriate tribute.
SXSW 2020 Review: The Uneasy Process of Grieving is Elegantly Aired Out in Katrine Philp’s “The Elephant in the Room”
A deeply humane film about how the young process grief allows older audiences to understand what they're going through.
The shine wears off in interesting ways in this drama about a young woman who starts to see the world differently.
SXSW 2020 Review: A Wakaliwood Filmmaker Achieves Some Truly Special Effects in “Once Upon a Time in Uganda”
After all the wild and crazy films that Isaac Nabwana has made, his life story may exceed them.
SXSW 2020 Review: Relationship Issues Are Fully Fleshed Out in Caleb Michael Johnson’s Biting “The Carnivores”
Tallie Medel and Lindsay Burdge give rise to a romance that's fallen into slumber in this darkly funny drama.
A portrait of four female drummers that, like its subjects, isn't bound to convention.
SXSW 2020 Review: Sworn to Protect, A Cop Brings Pain to Himself in Iram Parveen Bilal’s Compelling “I’ll Meet You There”
A Pakistani-American policeman finds his worlds colliding after long keeping them separate in this intelligent, nuanced drama.
SXSW 2020 Review: An Expectant Mother Has Much More to Come to Terms with Than a Child in “The Surrogate”
A favor for friends becomes an increasing burden in first-time feature director Jeremy Hersh's riveting drama.
Gillian Jacobs shines in this smart comedy about an author who returns to her old college stomping grounds for rejuvenation.