Riley Stearns is no stranger to Sundance Film Festival. His short film, The Cub, premiered at the fest in 2013. Since then he wrote and directed…
‘After Yang’ is a superb, subtle second feature from Kogonada – a masterpiece that is simply impossible to let go.
‘When You Finish Saving the World’ is a decent, if politically mixed directorial debut from Jesse Eisenberg.
Despite its rough edges, ‘892’ is still worth a watch thanks to a brilliant, heart breaking performance from John Boyega.
‘Something in the Dirt’ is another fascinating mindtrip from duo Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead, even if a bit tedious.
‘Fresh’ is a cult classic in the making, boasting killer performances from Daisy Edgar-Jones and Sebastian Stan.
Everyone is familiar with loneliness to a certain degree, which makes Nikole Beckwith’s Together Together a universally relatable film. The story is simple, it chronicles the…
Beast Beast is an admirable and sobering look at teenage life in the United States, one that treats the looming specter of gun violence as a…
Rising film composer Gavin Brivik dives into the making of the Sundance 2021 breakout hit, ‘Wild Indian’.
We sit down with actress-turned-director Carlson Young to talk ‘The Blazing World’ and the many Horror films that inspired her.