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.
Sundance ’18 Review: Director Christina Choe Shows She’s the Real Deal with the Bewitching Imposter Tale “Nancy”
Andrea Riseborough shines in this wonderfully mischievous character study of a woman whose lies about herself start to become the truth.
Sundance ’18 Review: Professional Disappointment Leads to Personal Cinematic Triumph in Sandi Tan’s “Shirkers”
The unmaking of a rare film production out of Singapore serves as the basis for a wildly enjoyable and tremendously moving screen memoir.
Sundance ’18 Review: “Of Fathers and Sons” Offers an Unflinching Look at How Hate is Passed Down in Syria
A chilling observation of a family of Islamic fundamentalists shows how young boys are shaped by being born into a life of violence.
A prized pupil brings out the worst in his teacher who sees him as a way to fulfill her own ambitions in this sharp character study that bri...
Sundance ’18 Review: Open Ears Lead to Open Hearts in Alexandria Bombach’s Powerful “On Her Shoulders”
A vital portrait of Nadia Murad and her campaign to bring the world's attention to the Sinjar massacre at the hands of ISIS.
Inside a remarkable story of biological triplets reunited after being separated at birth, Tim Wardle finds an even more staggering tale.