BABYTEETH, the feature film debut from director Shannon Murphy, is a heartfelt story of a chronically ill teenager’s relationship with a drug dealer.
Michael Bentham’s feature length debut, DISCLOSURE, is a tense drama bolstered by excellent performances and a realistically distressing script.
The debut narrative feature from Moez Solis, THE MENTOR, is a fun, self aware, and satirical look at filmmakers and filmmaking in general.
While hampered from having a few too many ideas, SAINT FRANCES is a heartwarming tale of friendship, family, and self discovery.
Chris Esper’s new short documentary, YESTERYEAR, is a visual art piece that impacts emotionally with its home movie footage portraying simpler times.
Mark Jackson’s new film, THIS TEACHER, is an uncomfortably tense, and sometimes misguided, film about a young woman struggling with her purpose in life.
Spike Lee gives viewers another emotionally heavy story hampered by too much plot and a dose of that unavoidable Spike Lee propaganda in DA 5 BLOODS.
Callum Windsor’s debut short, THE ERL KING, is an atmospheric take on Goethe’s poem from 1782 that lacks some of the emotional punch of its source material.
Miles Doleac’s new film, THE DINNER PARTY, starts slow but ramps up into some bloody horror fun with an amusing cast of characters.
Kitty Green’s sensitive new drama, THE ASSISTANT, sheds a light on the importance of the #MeToo movement in entertainment and society in general.