Perspective is everything in Jiayan “Jenny” Shi's rewarding investigation of the disappearance of Yingying Zhang.
It was worth the wait for the director's enthralling follow-up to "Sun Don't Shine."
Armed with the radiant Dylan Gelula as his co-pilot, the first-time writer/director takes audiences for a walk to remember in this sensitive...
True/False 2020 Review: Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire in Marnie Ellen Hertzler’s Blazingly Original “Crestone”
Subhed: A generation accustomed to self-curating an identity online tries to apply those principles offline in this provocative and engaging...
Daniel Hymanson's moving portrait of the beauty that emerges from a 50-year marriage of convenience for a pair of inconvenient artists.
True/False 2020 Review: Even When the Top Official Has Little Control, “Mayor” Speaks With Authority
David Osit’s wily profile of Musa Hadid, the mayor of Ramallah, amuses and devastates in equal measure.
True/False 2020 Review: A Truly Radical Idea to Address Drug Addiction Takes Hold in Mia Donovan’s Gripping “Dope is Death”
This remarkable tale of how the Black Panthers and Young Lords solved the drug crisis in their community will put you on pins and needles.
Interview: Paul Laverty on the Shifting Burdens of the Gig Economy In the Indispensable “Sorry We Missed You”
The screenwriter talks about bringing to light the invisible costs of convenience for the masses in his latest collaboration with master dir...
Interview: Carlo Mirabella-Davis on Confronting the Parts of Our World That Are Hard to Stomach in “Swallow”
The writer/director talks about bringing what's inside out in this ferocious portrait of a young bride who looks to reassert control over he...