Tom Skerritt shines as a widower looking to make an exit until he starts letting others in.
San Francisco Film Fest 2021 Review: An Artist Looks Towards New Horizons in Yaara Bou Melhem’s “Unseen Skies”
A profile of Trevor Paglen, an artist specializing in examining mass surveillance, offers a reflection on a world of increasingly digital de...
An attempted robbery takes far more from a man than what happened on the night of in this potent look at breaking cycles of injustice in com...
An arresting doc illustrates how a snap judgment that made headlines revealed a legacy of racism.
A female production exec has trouble giving herself the greenlight in this insightful and stylish character study.
After the loss of a mother, a family faces the consequences of thinking for themselves in this intriguing sci-fi drama.
A teenager finds her comfort zone in this cunning coming-of-age comedy.
SXSW 2021 Review: A Search for Other Signs of Life in the Universe Finds Plenty of It on Earth in Nathaniel Kahn’s Spirited “The Hunt for Planet B”
A lively look at the development of the James Webb Telescope, designed to uncover new exoplanets, shows the humans capacity to still dream b...
Those sidelined for so long in Westerns take center stage in Leah Purcell's intriguing spin on the genre.
SXSW 2021 Review: A Teenager Faces Extraordinary Growing Pains in Emily Cohen Ibañez’s “Fruits of Labor”
Working the fields since she was 15, a high school senior balances work and school in this engaging doc about a vicious cycle.