Time

A truly gifted filmmaker, Garrett Bradley has been crafting shorts and small independent feature films for the last 8 years. This year, Bradley was awarded best director in the U.S. [...]

Possessor

Life father, like son "Possessor" is a shocking and distressing addition into the body horror genre, merged with sexual anxiety and avatars--"Possessor" delivers a muted style with shock and grisly [...]

The Glorias

Easily her most passionate and personal film to date, “The Glorias,” Julie Taymors' fifth feature, is an overstuffed but highly enjoyable chronicle on the life and times of journalist and [...]

Feels Good Man

Remember when Pepe the Frog was charming and innocent before the popular meme character was turned into a hate symbol? This would have been in the mid- late 2000s, and [...]

Nomadland

Chloe Zhao's "Nomadland," the filmmaker's follow-up to "The Rider," is every bit as a emphatic and deeply complex character study as her previous endeavor. Zhao's third feature, which recently played [...]

On the Rocks

Sophisticated and charming, "On the Rocks," Sofia Coppola's appealing feature is her most lighthearted and accessible film to date, a bittersweet screwball comedy told consistently from the point of view [...]

Antebellum

Antebellum, the directorial debut from filmmaking duo Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz, opens with a quote from William Faulkner; "The past is never dead. It's not even past." A fitting [...]

Lingua Franca

Authentic transgender driven films are rarely featured as genuine or as honestly as Isabel Sandoval's "Lingua Franca", the latest intimate and emotionally raw indie film which is one of the [...]