Pedro Kos finds distribution for his Immaculate Heart documentary.
Sundance 2021: “Strawberry Mansion” Is Dreamy, Absurdist, and Original
Ever wonder what would happen if your dreams could be recorded and taxed?
Sundance 2021: “We’re All Going To The World’s Fair” Explores Horror and Identity
Jane Schoenbrun reveals their debut film for Sundance 2021 about a young girl caught in an online RPG.
Sundance 2021: “Prisoners of the Ghostland” is Crazy. That’s it.
Nicolas Cage and Sion Sono partner up for the insane post-apocalyptic samurai Western.
Sundance 2021: “Misha and the Wolves” is a Missed Opportunity
Director Sam Hobkinson presents his documentary, but what starts as an interesting premise feels ultimately like a missed opportunity.
Sundance 2021: “Superior” Shows Off An Aesthetic Vision But Not Without Faltering
Erin Vassilopoulos shows off her directorial feature debut with “Superior”.
Sundance 2021: “Mayday” Suffers From A Weak Script and Weaker Characters
Kate Cinorre presents her reimagined war film and feminist fever dream.
Sundance 2021: “Playing with Sharks” Inspires a Love For the Apex Predators
Sally Aitken’s documentary presents a pleasing overview of Valerie Taylor’s fascinating life.
Sundance 2021: “One For The Road” is a Dreamy and Nostalgia-Packed Roadtrip
Director Baz Poonpiriya presents his road trip down memory lane at Sundance Film Festival.
Sundance 2021: “Writing With Fire” Inspires and Empowers
Filmmakers Rintu Thomas and Sushmit Ghosh tell the story of India’s only all-female news network, “Khabar Lahariya”.