An ambitious drama thoughtfully evokes the meaning of what it means to live when one lacks the support to build a life.
Venice Film Fest 2020 Review: A Truly Radical Coming-of-Age Story Unfolds in Julia Von Heinz’s Urgent “And Tomorrow the Entire World”
Fusing together the impetuousness of youth with the political desire to affect change, this provocative drama opens up a powder keg.
Venice Film Fest 2020 Review: Cold Hard Facts Are Accompanied By Plenty of Warmth in Jing Wang’s Hopeful “The Best is Yet to Come”
In telling the story of a young journalist hoping to make a name for himself, a first-time director does just that.
Venice Film Fest 2020 Review: When a City Burns, Azra Deniz Okyay Summons the Fire Within in the Fierce “Hayaletler”
An ensemble drama set in the heart of Turkey looks at what the redevelopment of Istanbul means for those that have lived there for generatio...
A drama set on the dividing line between Palestine and Israeli brings out the tension of being caught between two worlds.
Venice Film Festival 2020 Review: A Look Underground Brings Clarity to the Harsh World Above in Logan George and Celine Held’s Brilliant “Topside”
A mother and daughter who take shelter in the New York subway system struggle to acclimate to the city above in this harrowing drama.
A trip to the supermarket reveals a life on the edge in this devastating short.
Venice Film Fest 2020 Review: A Shadowy System is Cast in a Refreshing New Light in Andrei Konchalovsky’s “Dear Comrades”
A workers' strike that the Soviet Union resolved with violence and remained a secret for 30 years speaks to the world we live in today with ...
Venice Film Fest 2020 Review: Mona Fastvold’s “The World to Come” Opens Up Closed Minds on the Prairie
Katherine Waterston and Vanessa Kirby deliver captivating performances in this drama of farmers' wives who cultivate a deeper connection.
A man's attempt to make new memories leads one to wonder about the ones he's lost in a bout of amnesia in this sensational debut.