A corporate retreat becomes the most dangerous game in the latest from "The Overnight" director Patrick Brice.
Sundance ’19 Review: A Towering Journalist Gets Her Due in “Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins”
Janice Engel's fast-paced and fiercely funny portrait of the legendary Texas political columnist is a little slice of heaven.
Sundance ’19 Review: Liza Mandelup’s “Jawline” Offers a Study of the Social Media Starmaking Machine With Teeth
A clear-eyed look at the shady economy of social media stardom.
A woman wonders if she can regain a sense of herself by surrendering to a way of life she's done her best to avoid in this devious comedy.
A Pakistani-American teen finds on the verge of graduating high school, she may never be able to leave home, at least mentally, in this exqu...
Giving the rescue effort for one of the world’s most vulnerable fish the import of a Hollywood blockbuster, Richard Ladkani’s nonfiction...
A family of EMTs races around Mexico City to help the underserved in this thrilling documentary from director Luke Lorentzen.
A romance at the wrong time couldn't feel more right in the second film from the director of "Gun Hill Road."
Sundance ’19 Interview: Musa Syeed on a Modern Portrait of an Ancient Faith Healer in “The Dispossessed”
The director of “Valley of the Saints” and “A Stray” talks about returning to Kashmir and the world of documentary for this compelli...
Sundance ’19 Review: A Different Picture of Violence and Power Develops in Kim Longinotto’s “Shooting the Mafia”
A strong portrait of an Italian photographer who fought the mafia with her camera and had history on her side.