Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda’s poignant second feature, After Life, explores the vagaries of memory and the permanence of film.
Squarepusher’s debut album, Feed Me Weird Things, gets a welcome reissue from Warp Records. “Bass guitar over electronic music” is his center—the mantra he has kept returning to for 25 years.
Sean Fine and Andrea Nix’s new documentary, LFG, focuses on the women’s national soccer team’s court battle to get paid what they’re worth.
Based on interviews with Ted Bundy, director Amber Sealey’s drama, No Man of God, questions whether a monster is worthy of absolution.
Nadia Szold’s found-footage documentary Larry Flynt for President looks back at the Hustler publisher’s 1983 run for the White House.
Max Eriksson’s documentary on the tragic life of a professional skateboarder, The Scars of Ali Boulala, will only interest fans of the sport.
Eddie Martin’s documentary The Kids explores the aftereffects of the controversial 1995 indie film Kids on the lives of its young cast.