Sundance Film Review: Acasӑ, My Home

Sundance Film Review: Acasӑ, My Home
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Acasӑ, My Home succeeds as a cinéma verité documentary that offers a compelling case study about the shortcomings of how we live. … read more

Sundance Film Review: The Killing of Two Lovers

Sundance Film Review: The Killing of Two Lovers
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Really, all of the actors of The Killing of Two Lovers do a great job. The writing, however, keeps its semblances of story low to the ground and linear. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Ironbark

Sundance Film Review: Ironbark
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The audience shifted nervously in their seats as mushroom clouds blossomed and Cold War events unfolded in Dominic Cooke’s Ironbark. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Summertime

Sundance Film Review: Summertime
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Summertime Sundance Film Festival Director: Carlos López Estrada Opening with a girl wearing roller skates, singing poetry into her guitar on a pier in Venice Beach, Summertime establishes the plot

Sundance Film Review: Us Kids

Sundance Film Review: Us Kids
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Us Kids Sundance Film Festival Director: Kim A. Snyder The shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, is still fresh for many, particularly for the students who

Sundance Film Review: Spaceship Earth

Sundance Film Review: Spaceship Earth
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While Biosphere 2 was considered a dismal failure, Spaceship Earth presents the response, “Yes, but what did we learn from this?” … read more

Sundance Film Festival: Save Yourselves!

Sundance Film Festival: Save Yourselves!
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The timing couldn’t be worse for Su (Sunita Mani) and Jack (John Reynolds) to go off the grid. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Be Water

Sundance Film Review: Be Water
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Be Water Sundance Film Festival Director: Bao Nguyen There is no denying the presence and charisma that Bruce Lee has onscreen. His quick, agile fighting style captured audiences in Hong

Sundance Film Review: Blast Beat

Sundance Film Review: Blast Beat
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At Sundance 2020, Blast Beat explores the struggles of trying to navigate suburban America as a young immigrant through Carly and Mateo. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Identifying Features (Sin Señas Particulares)

Sundance Film Review: Identifying Features (Sin Señas Particulares)
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Identifying Features (Sin Señas Particulares) is a harrowing narrative about Magdalena (Mercedes Hernández), who seeks her lost, adolescent son, Jesús (Juan Jesús Varela). … read more