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.
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.
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.
Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga beguile in Rebecca Hall's elegant directorial debut Passing.
Robin Wright makes a beautiful, accomplished feature directorial debut.
Actor Fran Kranz's directorial debut is a tightly-woven intimate drama about grief, forgiveness and blame anchored by powerhouse performances from his small ensemble.
Michael Greyeyes and Chaske Spencer are phenomenal in Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr.’s thrilling debut feature.
Camilla Nielsson tells the captivating story of Zimbabwean democracy.
Rita Moreno proves herself a formidable documentary subject, gregarious and candid throughout.
Debbie Lum's inspiring documentary Try Harder! relives the college application process from the perspective of a high-achieving public school.
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.
The Sundance Film Festival’s impressive 2021 lineup includes 72 Features, 50 Shorts, 4 Indie Series, and 14 New Frontier Projects.