Finn Wolfhard and Julianne Moore star in Jesse Eisenberg’s debut feature film at Sundance.
Sundance 2022 “Fire of Love” Is a Playful and Tragic Study of Two Volcanologists
A quirky beginning to a heartfelt story about two people who were passionate about studying volcanos.
Sundance 2022: “Dual” Shows Off Two Karen Gillan’s Are Better Than One
Sci-fi takes a deadpan comedy twist with Karen Gillan as Sarah, a woman preparing for a fight to the death with her clone.
Sundance 2022: “Sharp Stick” Underwhelms as Lena Dunham’s Feature Return
Kristen Froseth and Jon Bernthal come together in a confusing and somewhat familiar Lena Dunham feature.
Sundance 2022: “TikTok, Boom” Is a Comprehensive Look from Shalini Kantayya on the Social Media Giant
Documentarian Shalini Kantayya’s new film is a complete look at the app that is consuming everyone’s lives.
17 Best Sundance Shorts of 2022 From ‘Champ’ to ‘Warsha
An trip to heaven, a hike up a mountain, and a swim with a shark, these are the best picks from Sundance this year.
Sundance 2022: “Free Chol Soo Lee” Is a Stirring Look At Racism and Injustice
Filmmakers Julie Ha and Eugene Yi shed light on a momentous figure in Asian American history that deserves more recognition.
Sundance 2022: “The Exiles” is a Christine Choy Story and It’s Impactful Because of That
Christine Choy unveils the truth of the exiles from Tiananmen Square.
Sundance 2022: “After Yang” Is a Quiet Study of Family in a Sci-Fi World
Colin Farrell, Jodie Turner-Smith, and Justin H Min come together for a feature by South Korean director Kogonada.
Sundance 2022: “Every Day in Kaimuki” Is a Humble Piece on Change and Upheaval
Filmmaker Alika Tengan explores moving beyond the borders of your hometown…