A family is subjected to the nihilistic whims of their young son in this eerie horror-tinged drama.
The writer/director talks about bringing out the truly phenomenal in the friendship between a sleight-of-hand artist and her reluctant appre...
Sundance 2021 Interview: Julia Baylis and Sam Guest on Looking for Life in the Spaces In Between in “Wiggle Room”
The writing/directing duo talks about turning the filing of an insurance claim into the wild and harrowing adventure it is for most in real ...
A member of the British film ratings board can't discern the horrors she sees on screen from reality in this smashing horror flick.
A young woman from a hearing-impaired family listens to her heart as she enters adulthood in this beautiful drama from the director of "Tall...
The director talks about taking inspiration from a personal loss and turning it into an unexpected gift for others.
Sundance 2021 Interview: Mike Attie and Meghan O’Hara on Learning How the World Works in a Single Day in “The Field Trip”
The co-directors talk about how observing a fifth grade class learn about the business of a city has revelations of how a society functions ...
A touching look back at a formative event that had been forgotten reveals how easy it is to compartmentalize the things we regret.
Sundance 2021 Interview: Alex Wolf Lewis and Kaitlyn Schwalje on Bringing a Ray of Sunshine to “Snowy”
The co-directors of this a fun, fascinating short talk about what goes on underneath the shell of the turtle.
Sundance 2021 Interview: Gregory Barnes on Getting the Right Feel for “The Touch of the Master’s Hand”
A Mormon missionary goes to truly unknown territory in this wry, beguiling short.