John Lee Hancock’s new film, THE LITTLE THINGS, has a lot of similarities to SEVEN but still remains a compelling drama on its own.
Scott J. Ramsey’s feature length debut, X, is a psychosexual thriller at heart but starts mixing genres and goes on a bit too long.
Philippe Lebraud and Pierre Glénat’s COVIDREAM serves as a brief teaser of a much bigger idea to be explored in a potential feature.
Victor Neumark’s FIRST BLUSH is a mostly lighthearted tale about a polyamorous relationship that gets a bit melodramatic and sappy by the end.
DRAW WITH ME, the new documentary short from Constantine Venetopoulos, is an uplifting coming out story about a transgender youth.
ONE NIGHT IN MIAMI is a fascinating experiment in storytelling as it fictionalizes a real-life meeting between four African-American icons.
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.