A light comedy induces heavy meditation on the uplift of community in "Bad Fever" director Dustin Guy Defa's lovely second feature.
The "Life in Pieces" actress' directorial debut plays out as great music to the head and the heart.
A deep dive into New York's Hasidic Jewish community leads to a compelling character study of a man at odds with his faith over the custody ...
The "Life After Beth" director heads for hills of rural Tuscany for a wild sex farce that'll keep you glued to your seat.
An electrifying portrait of the movement that grew in the wake of Michael Brown's tragic death in Ferguson, Missouri.
Presented simply, the filmmakers behind "Mala Mala" chart an unforgettable romance.
Sundance Film Fest ’17 Review: “The Workers Cup” Constructs a Captivating Portrait of Workers Rights Abuses in Qatar
Jason Sobel's compelling human rights documentary about the labor camps in Qatar working towards the 2022 World Cup has considerable kick.
The "Oldboy" director delivers a surprisingly tender romance with typical decadence.
Austin Film Fest ’16 Review: An Alien Encounter Brings Out a Lively Human Comedy in “Brave New Jersey”
Jody Lambert's sweet directorial debut imagines the panic that swept up a sleepy town when Orson Welles' "War of the Worlds" broadcast sugge...
NY Film Fest ’16 Review: Errol Morris Fashions a Perfect Snapshot in “The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman’s Portrait Photography”
A profile of a photographer specializing in 20"x24" Polaroids from "The Fog of War" filmmaker is an instant delight.