After the loss of a mother, a family faces the consequences of thinking for themselves in this intriguing sci-fi drama.
On chasing spirits in this crafty Andrea Riseborough-led drama.
SXSW 2021 Interview: Whitney Call, Mallory Everton and Stephen Meek on Having the Humor Required to Start “Recovery”
On finding a creative outlet during the COVID-19 pandemic and hoping delivering some laughs with this road trip comedy will make this time m...
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.
On heading to another country to find one's place in the world.
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.
An invigorating profile of Ady Barkan, whose fight for a more equitable health care system persists even as his body fails him.
SXSW 2021 Interview: Mary Wharton on Finding a Sense of Belonging with “Tom Petty: Somewhere You Feel Free”
On turning rare footage of the making of a classic album into an exquisite work of art in its own right.