An unthinkable death leads to an unconscionable sentence in Sabrina van Tassel's chronicle of a capital punishment case.
Tribeca 2020 Review: A Community Threatened to Be Erased is Committed to Film in Michèle Stephenson’s “Stateless”
A citizenship purge in the Dominican Republic is brought to light in this compelling doc.
L.A. Asian Pacific Film Fest Review: A Diverse Demographic Gets Their Due in Yi Chen’s Sharply Observed “First Vote”
Like the group of subjects it follows, this consideration of Asian-Americans as a voting bloc is bound to gain importance as the years go on...
Tribeca 2020 Review: A Place of Opportunity — Except for Its Citizens — is Brought to Light in Cecilia Aldarondo’s Stunning “Landfall”
An exercise in disaster capitalism in Puerto Rico offers a preview of what's to come for the rest of the world in this striking doc.
Tribeca 2020 Review: The Unseen Costs of Labor Are Richly Observed in Loira Limbal’s “Through the Night”
A woman's work is never done in this remarkably compassionate portrait of a 24-hour childcare center and its clientele.
A filmmaker reconciles the good and bad traditions of where he comes from in fascinating ways in this distinctive feature debut.
Steve Zahn and Jillian Bell play parents navigating new territory as the parents of a transgendered 10-year-old in this heartrending drama.
Tribeca 2020 Review: An Ex-Con Can’t Just Pick Up Where Life Left Off in Sabrina Doyle’s Lovely Drama “Lorelei”
Pablo Schreiber and Jena Malone make for a compelling couple in this graceful feature debut.
A woman's search for freedom is enlivened by a director's exciting homecoming to a time when he answered to no one but himself.
Tribeca 2020 Review: A Family’s Search for Refuge Leads to Unfamiliar Places in Dea Gjinovci’s “Wake Up on Mars”
The ground continues to shift beneath a family's feet after moving from war-torn Kosovo to Sweden in this inventive look at the refugee expe...