Desserts make for a satisfying main course in the latest confection from "City of Gold" director Laura Gabbert.
A riveting account of the rise and fall of Exodus, the ministry that birthed the practice of gay conversion therapy.
Tribeca 2020 Review: Out of One Prison, A Woman Enters Another in Jessica Earnshaw’s Powerful “Jacinta”
A mother tries to break a cycle of drug abuse and crime for her daughter's sake in this deeply moving portrait.
Tribeca 2020 Review: Prospective Parents Make Peace with Chaos in Joshua Leonard’s “Fully Realized Humans”
A couple expecting their first child first give birth to a new consciousness in this smartly observed comedy.
Portland International Film Fest 2020 Review: Life Looks Different After a Death in Jessie Barr’s Vital “Sophie Jones”
A teenager learns to gain perspective from her mother's death in this wise, spry coming-of-age dramedy.
Review: The Promised Land May Not Live Up to Expectations, but Sonejuhi Sinha’s “Stray Dolls” Has Got the Goods
A clever crime thriller pulls no punches but follows the thread of America's frayed social fabric.
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 “An 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.