An important film to see as Roe v. Wade is under threat, the ‘The Janes’ shows the danger that women on the frontlines of safe abortions were up against.
Director John Patton Ford’s début feature Emily the Criminal rips the scabs off the wounds of disillusionment, dead-end opportunities, and capitalist dystopia.
Drama Palm Trees and Power Lines is a disquieting, powerful, and mature feature debut that explores the formation of trauma and how vulnerability is exploited.
Descendant films the stories from the progeny of the slaves of the Clotilda. The result is a testament to the spirit of a community that refuses to disappear.
In Brainwashed, Nina Menkes intersperses film clips and candid interviews to open our eyes to the myopic viewpoint present in our most cherished Hollywood films.
Emergency is an unconventional love story about two friends with divergent views on what it means to be a young Black man in America.
Comedy Brian and Charles, a story about a seven-foot robot that loves cabbage, is a delightful celebration of inventiveness and ingenuity
Riley Stearns’ ‘Dual’ is an uncomfortable black comedy that asks the painful question: Are being loved and being true to yourself mutually exclusive?
Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson’s sci-fi-horror Something in the Dirt exists at the intersection of mathematics, philosophy, mysticism, and nicotine.
Defiant, charming, and clearly deluded, Richard Davis of Ramin Bahrani’s documentary, 2nd Chance, never met an accusation he couldn’t dodge.
Sundance 2022: Goran Stolevski’s ‘You Won’t Be Alone’ Is a Bewitching Tale About the Need to Connect
Writer-director Goran Stolevski’s You Won’t Be Alone uses a simple horror premise to illuminate weighty themes of motherhood, jealousy, connection, and place.