Jason Orley's feature debut brings out the best in Pete Davidson, who as a college dropout threatens to bring out the worst in a 16-year-old...
A thoroughly deranged satire of suburban life and repressed ambition makes total sense under the solid and fresh direction of a multitalente...
Sundance ’19 Review: Praise the Lord for Samantha Buck and Marie Schlingmann’s Sensational “Sister Aimee”
A dazzling feature debut stars Anna Margaret Hollyman as a famed 1920s evangelist who does some devilish things to get right with God.
A corporate retreat becomes the most dangerous game in the latest from "The Overnight" director Patrick Brice.
Sundance ’19 Review: A Towering Journalist Gets Her Due in “Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins”
Janice Engel's fast-paced and fiercely funny portrait of the legendary Texas political columnist is a little slice of heaven.
Sundance ’19 Review: Liza Mandelup’s “Jawline” Offers a Study of the Social Media Starmaking Machine With Teeth
A clear-eyed look at the shady economy of social media stardom.
A woman wonders if she can regain a sense of herself by surrendering to a way of life she's done her best to avoid in this devious comedy.
Sundance ‘19 Review: A Spirited Consideration of Faith in Paul Harrill’s Spellbinding “Light From Light”
After the low-key gem “Something, Anything,” the Tennessee-based filmmaker crafts something special with Marin Ireland and Jim Gaffigan.
A Pakistani-American teen finds on the verge of graduating high school, she may never be able to leave home, at least mentally, in this exqu...
Liana Liberato and Kara Hayward make a connection with each other and the audience with this touching slice of life from 1960s Oklahoma.