A compelling drama about clinging onto a world that's fast disappearing in the age of globalization.
Slamdance ’18 Review: A Family That Can’t See the Forest for the Trees in the Woodlands-Set Black Comedy “Back at the Staircase”
A family emergency shows just how distant relatives can be in Drew Britton's pitch-black comedy.
Emily Bett Rickards and Matthew Glave strike like lightning in this wicked dark comedy about a weekend retreat in which the characters can't...
Sundance ’18 Review: Pattinson, Wasikowska Shine in a Lovely Western That Eschews Romance in “Damsel”
The "Kumiko: The Treasure Hunter" directors return with this wildly entertaining and thoughtful adventure set in the Old West.
A devious comedy from "The Greasy Strangler"'s Jim Hosking about misfits finding each other will likely please those who enjoy their laughs ...
Sundance ’18 Review: Desiree Akhavan Goes Electric in the Brilliant Gay Conversion Drama “The Miseducation of Cameron Post”
This moving drama starring Chloe Grace Moretz as a teen sent to a gay conversion camp carries a rebel sneer and boundless compassion.
A performance artist finds that all the world's her stage in the latest from "Breaking Upwards" director Daryl Wein.
Sundance ’18 Review: Jeremiah Zagar Tears Up the Coming-Of-Age Formula with the Ferocious “We the Animals”
A primal scream of a drama that reveals the harsh beauty of childhood through an adaptation of Justin Torres' novel about a nine-year-old fi...
A staggering chronicle of young men and their derelict or abusive fathers that somehow manages to capture the cycle repeating itself — and...
The director of "A Teacher" and "6 Years" takes a most satisfying turn with this winning Jason Mantzoukas-Tony Revolori comedy.