WHERE WERE YOU is a touching tribute to the victims of September 11th, 2001, despite being a bit long and lacking in substance.
WHITE LIE is an intense drama that spotlights how someone’s self-serving words and actions can cause serious collateral damage.
Kévin Mendiboure’s new short, UNDER THE BED, continues to show off the filmmaker’s visual storytelling but maybe feels a little too familiar.
Kornél Mondruczó’s new film, PIECES OF A WOMAN, is a beautifully distressing look at a young couple’s life in the wake of horrible tragedy.
POOR GREG DROWNING, the debut feature from writer/director Jeffrey Scott Collins, gets cut a bit short but is a playful and satisfying comedy.
WONDER WOMAN 1984 marks a huge step back for DC superheroes as an uninspired and colossal mess of a film.
Miranda July’s new film, KAJILLIONAIRE, is a weirdly touching story with an eccentric and magnetic lead performance from Evan Rachel Wood.
Patrick Picard’s feature length debut, THE BLOODHOUND, provides very few answers as a bizarrely hypnotic film in the vein of David Lynch.
Lawrence Michael Levine’s new film, BLACK BEAR, is a simple, yet fractured, tale of human interaction, point of view, and understanding.
Seth Breedlove’s new documentary, THE MARK OF THE BELL WITCH, effectively delves into Tennessean folklore but has a bit too much reenactment.