Director Alejandro Landes' Monos is a Lord of the Flies/Heart of Darkness allegorical epic film navigating Latin American mountains and jungles to bring a tale of disintegrating alliances and violent upheaval.
When it comes to crowd-pleasing narratives, Sundance has had a good ear to the ground. Director Gurinder Chadha's feel-good musical Blinded by the Light follows that tradition by mixing Bruce Springsteen's classic songs with a real life coming-of-age story.
With dozens of American and International docs screening every year in Park City, Sundance habitually becomes the focus for many of the best words of non-fiction for the year.
Justin Chon's Ms. Purple. is a tribute to familial responsibility told from a female perspective.
With affecting performances, exceptional photography, a haunting score and a storyline that eats at you throughout, The Lodge is an extraordinary work by a talented group of actors and filmmakers.
Director Joe Talbot's The Last Black Man in San Francisco portrays the relentless crime of community disintegration at the hands of gentrification.
To gear up for Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men’s Sundance premiere, Sundance Institute and Showtime have released trailers
Sundance 2019 has announced its upcoming feature film slate, which consists of 112 movies!
Director Panos Cosmatos' Mandy offers viewers an opportunity to not only revel in his surreal visual style but to fully embrace the lunatic performance by Nicolas Cage.
Caustic, hilarious, and wonderfully effective, Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade may drum up anxious feelings long buried, but it does so with a wit and intelligence that’s unbeatable.
Comedian Bo Burnham talks about his directorial debut Eighth Grade and what it's like being an old man on the internet your mid-20s.
Morgan Neville’s magnificent doc Won’t You Be My Neighbour? is a wonderful testimony to the legacy of Mr. Rogers and a perfect template for how to create a film of this nature.
An exercise in dramatic tension, character drama and creepy, cultish horror, Hereditary is a fascinating hybrid that nourishes our desires to be entertained, thrilled and emotionally impacted all at once.
We had a chance to speak with Hereditary director Ari Aster about the challenges of getting his vision onto the screen, the remarkable ensemble he had to work with, and what’s next for this newly minted visionary filmmaker.
The Miseducation of Cameron Post finds a potent subject in the appalling practice of conversion therapy, but not even the fine performances from its cast can shake the film's after school special approach.