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.
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Winner of the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
Zola is the cinematic adaptation of a viral Twitter thread about a stripper who takes a surreal road trip to Florida.
In Kajillionaire, a young woman’s life goes off the rails when her con artist parents invite an outsider to take part in their scams.
Josh Ruben’s horror-comedy, Scare Me, follows two people stuck in a cabin during a power outage as they pass the time by spooking each other out.
Wendy, from Beasts of the Southern Wilds director Benh Zeitlin, is a modern-day reimagining of J. M. Barrie’s classic fantasy tale, Peter Pan.
Us Kids follows the Parkland survivors as they fight for gun reform after a mass shooting at their school kills 17 people.
Ron Howard’s documentary Rebuilding Paradise profiles the most devastating wildfire in California’s history and its impact on the fire-ravaged town of Paradise.