Our team takes a look back at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival in all its virtual glory.
A deep dive into the stellar Sundance documentary Summer of Soul (...Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised), capturing a major music moment too long overlooked.
Director Kelly Fyffe-Marshall's short is a brief but potent statement on contemporary race relations.
Edgar Wright and some famous faces pay loving tribute to Sparks, a band that defies mass popularity while still maintaining a niche of dedicated music fans spanning decades of releases.
An excellent performance by Clifton Collins, Jr. in tale of riding off into the sunset.
Jerrod Carmichael’s directorial debut is a dark comedy about two best friends facing an existential crisis.
Marion Hill's movie lives up to its title, finding beauty in the messiness of relationships, queer and straight alike.
Our look at Shaka King's remarkable film Judas and the Black Messiah – starring Daniel Kaluuya and LaKeith Stanfield – playing at this year's virtual edition of the Sundance Film Festival.
Sion Sono let his freak flag fly in this neo-western samurai apocalypse flick.
Doomscrolling on film isn't the best escape from COVID blahs
Director Shaka King’s bio-pic Judas and the Black Messiah tells the story of Black Panther Party icon Fred Hampton from the perspective of the FBI informant sent to take him down.
This relationship drama amid a government-issued lockdown hits too close to home.
One for the Road is a thoughtful and earnest road trip movie that takes viewers on a rocky, though satisfying, journey.
Director Marilyn Agrelo’s documentary presents a compelling profile on Sesame Street by sharing what made the program so special.
This take on Romeo and Juliet is social media savvy Shakespeare.