Sundance Film Review: One for the Road

Sundance Film Review: One for the Road
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Baz Poonipiriya’s One for the Road is not without its moments, but it’s irritating, flashy and shallow beyond words, … read more

Sundance Film Review: Censor

Sundance Film Review: Censor
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Censor aims to make its audience squirm in their seats, balking at the perversity of their own act of spectating. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Coda

Sundance Film Review: Coda
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Coda perfectly encapsulates the idea of challenging narrow viewpoints regrading the ways we communicate, the ways we live and the ways we love. … read more

Cryptozoo Brings a Dash of Imagination to Sundance

Cryptozoo Brings a Dash of Imagination to Sundance
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Prolific in the medium of graphic novels, Dash Shaw views the virtual format of this year’s Sundance festival as well suited to Cryptozoo. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Son of Monarchs

Sundance Film Review: Son of Monarchs
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Son of Monarchs explores the warring dichotomy between the sleek, fleeting promises of the modern world and the immoveable beauty of nature. … read more

Sundance Film Review: How It Ends

Sundance Film Review: How It Ends
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Zoe Lister-Jones & Daryl Wein’s pre-apocalyptic How It Ends is slight and forgettable, but it is an enjoyable little excursion. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Playing With Sharks

Sundance Film Review: Playing With Sharks
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Playing with Sharks is so much more than just the latest cash grab on the subject—it’ s a loving tribute to an extraordinary person.  … read more

“Own the Truth”: An Interview with Knocking’s Frida Kempff and Cecilia Milocco

“Own the Truth”: An Interview with Knocking’s Frida Kempff and...
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Knocking presents a war between Molly’s (Cecilia Milocco) resilience and society’s churn of normalized silencing. … read more

Sundance Film Review: I Was a Simple Man

Sundance Film Review: I Was a Simple Man
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Christopher Makoto Yogi’s I Was a Simple Man spreads the fiction of life out into an elegy for a man, a time, a family and a place. … read more

Sundance Film Review: On the Count of Three

Sundance Film Review: On the Count of Three
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Jerrod Carmichael’s On the Count of Three is an interesting commentary on the difference between angry self-pity and true mental illness. … read more