Marion Hill's movie lives up to its title, finding beauty in the messiness of relationships, queer and straight alike.
This relationship drama amid a government-issued lockdown hits too close to home.
Sian Heder gives us a delightful family drama that offers a new spin on the standard coming-of-age tale.
Michael Greyeyes and Chaske Spencer are phenomenal in Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr.’s thrilling debut feature.
Rita Moreno proves herself a formidable documentary subject, gregarious and candid throughout.
Sundance's opening Midnight pick leaves much to be desired in a film that fails to live up to its potential.
Nanfu Wang chronicles both China’s and the U.S.’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and tells a story of twinned reactions of culturally-specific governmental failures.
Dune, Halloween Kills, and Candyman are among the films that have us most excited for 2021.
The Sundance Film Festival’s impressive 2021 lineup includes 72 Features, 50 Shorts, 4 Indie Series, and 14 New Frontier Projects.