Our exclusive chat with Cooper Raiff, the writer/director/star of the Sundance hit Cha Cha Real Smooth.
You Won't Be Alone is a stunning coming-of-age-tale that uses folk horror to explore life’s biggest questions.
If we’re lucky, we’ll see the feature-length version of Hallelujah premiere at a future edition of Sundance.
The pandemic has been exhausting for everyone. In the last two years, not a day has gone by without a reminder of how the world has been crippled by this virus. This is why films like The Panola Project are necessary.
Dakota Johnson and Cooper Raiff star in this charming film about growing into adulthood and making sense of the nonsensical.
Full of warm performances and an enormous heart, Cha Cha Real Smooth is a crowd-pleaser in all the right ways.
The Janes doc marks an essential act of recovery—by taking a past movement known only through word of mouth and making it present.
Lena Dunham's Sharp Stick flies of the rails with an implausible story and characters who strain credibility.
Watcher is a slow-burn horror about a woman tormented by the pressure of unseen eyes.
Speak No Evil's director, Christian Tafdrup, on political correctness and the evolution of horror.
Framing Agnes invites a cast of trans actors to rewrite trans history.
Monia Chokri's #MeToo farce The Babysitter is an exhausting comedy that just doesn't give the actors or the audience time to breathe.
Highlights from Sundance 2022 include After Yang, Living, Cha Cha Real Smooth, and Good Luck to You, Leo Grande.
All That Breathes reveals an intricate interrelationship between all living things and the larger universe in which they coexist.
The Cow Who Sang a Song into the Future is a surreal ghost story and enigmatic environmental fable from director Francisca Algeria.