The writer/director talks about finding the right place to tell a story publicly that could've had a devastating private cost with this movi...
The data analyst-turned-director talks about how a variety of different life experiences led to putting her formative years in perspective i...
SXSW 2020 Review: A Wakaliwood Filmmaker Achieves Some Truly Special Effects in “Once Upon a Time in Uganda”
After all the wild and crazy films that Isaac Nabwana has made, his life story may exceed them.
SXSW 2020 Interview: Maria Finitzo on Identifying the Anatomy of Gender Inequality in “The Dilemma of Desire”
The director talks about her illuminating new film about the movement to rewrite history books through how biology is taught.
SXSW 2020 Review: Relationship Issues Are Fully Fleshed Out in Caleb Michael Johnson’s Biting “The Carnivores”
Tallie Medel and Lindsay Burdge give rise to a romance that's fallen into slumber in this darkly funny drama.
A portrait of four female drummers that, like its subjects, isn't bound to convention.
The director talks about showing generosity in this thriller rooted in class warfare, from a talented ensemble of actors including Liev Schr...
SXSW 2020 Review: Sworn to Protect, A Cop Brings Pain to Himself in Iram Parveen Bilal’s Compelling “I’ll Meet You There”
A Pakistani-American policeman finds his worlds colliding after long keeping them separate in this intelligent, nuanced drama.
SXSW 2020 Interview: Adam Barton on Witnessing the Tech World Come of Age in “The Boy Who Sold the World”
The director talks about following the rise of Ben Pasternak, an app developer prodigy who struggles to live up to the lofty status conferre...
SXSW 2020 Review: An Expectant Mother Has Much More to Come to Terms with Than a Child in “The Surrogate”
A favor for friends becomes an increasing burden in first-time feature director Jeremy Hersh's riveting drama.