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.
The co-writer of "The Lobster" and "Dogtooth" finds dark humor in a man hopelessly addicted to the sympathy of others.
An insightful comedy in which show business runs in the family to the point where it may kill them.
Esther Garrel shines in the latest film from the French New Wave legend about a young woman who forms an unlikely friendship with her father...