Film Festivals

Kajillionaire

Miranda July Extends Her Reign as Queen of Quirk with ‘Kajillionaire’

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Few filmmakers take us further from stale storytelling while somehow remaining relatable.

Relic

‘Relic’ Is Horror That’s Terrifying, Real, and Ultimately Beautiful

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Like Mike Flanagan before her, Natalie Erika James is a filmmaker who flawlessly blends terrifying horror with the ache of humanity.

Falling

Viggo Mortensen Captures Poignant Character Study in Directorial Debut ‘Falling’

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Who’d have thought Lance Henriksen would be Viggo Mortensen’s muse.

Promising Young Woman

‘Promising Young Woman’ Upends Expectations In Dark, Demented, and Delirious Ways

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As funny as it is tragic, as powerful as it is necessary.

Zola — Still

Janicza Bravo Resurrects Viral Tweet Thread Through the Ever-Innovative ‘Zola’

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An early frontrunner in the Sundance fold.

The Assistant

‘The Assistant’ Highlights the People Behind the Monsters and Finds Accountability Lacking

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Even the worst villains have support.

Sundance Titles

The Movies We Can’t Wait to Watch at Sundance 2020

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Sundance 2020 once again has something for everyone, and these are the 15 films we’re looking forward to the most.

Ustv The Muppets Se Still

The 2019 Fall Festival Awards

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The fall festival circuit may be over… but awards season is just beginning.

The Furies

‘The Furies’ Review: A Fresh and Gory Take on the Slasher

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Australia delivers the messy goods.