Category: Film Festivals

‘Pyewacket’ Review: There Are More Painful Things Than Grief

The director of 'Backcountry' leaves animal carnage behind in favor of supernatural terror.

Highlights from a SXSW Conversation with Olivier Assayas

The director of Personal Shopper sits down with the director of Boyhood to talk filmmaking.

SXSW: 5 Female Film Journalists on How Twitter is Shaping the Industry

The female voices of film twitter provide their insight on the current state of film criticism.

14 Things We Learned From ‘The Director and the Jedi’

The latest 'Star Wars' documentary explores all of the behind the scenes stresses and triumphs…

‘Hereditary’ Review: Feels Like the First Time You Saw ‘The Sixth Sense’ But Far, Far Darker

Guilt, ghosts, and a powerhouse performance by Toni Collette help make this a must-see for…

The Unexpected Cinematic Universes of SXSW 2018

This year's SXSW film festival has already given us three films that feel like they're…

‘Thoroughbreds’ Review: Finding Heart With the Heartless

Sociopaths just want to have fun. But they can't... they're sociopaths.

The Must See Movies of SXSW 2018

Before we eat tacos, brave the crowds, and attend as many movies and parties as…

‘Mohawk’ Review: The Director of ‘We Are Still Here’ Explores the Horror at the Heart of America

A violent and devastating story of people overrun by an invading presence.

The 18 Best Movies We Saw at Sundance 2018

From social satire to hard drama to low-stakes comedy, this year's Sundance Film Festival delivered…