Elizabeth Banks and Sigourney Weaver give excellent performances in Phyllis Nagy's reproductive rights drama Call Jane.
You Won't Be Alone is a stunning coming-of-age-tale that uses folk horror to explore life’s biggest questions.
A Love Story boasts strong performances by Dale Dickey and Wes Studi but struggles with aimless story and constraints.
Prepare yourself for stranger danger in Sundance's Speak No Evil, a terrifying horror film from Denmark.
Bill Nighy's performance in Living is a master class in restraint in Oliver Hermanus and Kazuo Ishiguro's adaptation of Akira Kurosawa's Ikiru.
W. Kamau Bell's We Need to Talk About Cosby shows that beneath the iconic actor's cloak of respectability lay something far more sinister.
A refreshingly original work, Emergency captures how race and perception can make even the most obvious choice extremely complicated.
Jesse Eisenberg's directorial debut When You Finish Saving the World – starring Julianne Moore and Finn Wolfhard – is a confident and delightfully cringe-filled story of a mother and son.
Kogonada's After Yang is a visually pleasing sci-fi drama about loss, memory, and what it means to be human.
In the Sundance documentary The Princess, director Ed Perkins manages to tell the tragic tale of Diana in a way viewers haven't seen before.
Julianne Moore and Finn Wolfhard star in Jesse Eisenberg's directorial debut WHEN YOU FINISH SAVING THE WORLD.
Ahnahktsipiitaa’s experimental virtual reality documentary This Is Not A Ceremony places you inside of the story.
We’ve put together a list of promising Sundance 2022 titles with Canadian roots.