Powerful forces are at work in this new batch of documentaries, seen and reviewed at the Sundance Film Festival. Backward-looking binaries are dismantled, where art, hope and optimism remain triumphant in the
Our next report from the Sundance Film Festival looks at several heavy-hitters. Two Oscar winners are back on the circuit, while a Canadian co-pro gives an iconic rock band its due and
Since you realized, halfway through the festival, that no amount of coffee will ever be enough to repay your amassed sleep debt, you hope that the next doc might jolt you back
The gulf in calibre between the non-fiction and fiction films at Sundance continues, with some truly astonishing documentaries taking the lead through generating headlines all over the world, like Boys State and
Sundance, the internationally celebrated film festival that has taken place in Utah since 1978, is at an existential crossroads. For documentary fans, however, Sundance remains the greatest collection of premieres on the
Author David Mitchell and director Jerry Rothwell discuss their new documentary The Reason I Jump, based on the book by Naoki Higashida.
Sundance remains the preeminent birthplace for the year’s great works of non-fiction, and more than a few reviewed below will almost certainly be declared the finest works of documentary for 2019.
A Thousand Thoughts is a “live documentary” about the avant-garde contemporary music ensemble the Kronos Quartet, which comprises an onstage musical performance by the group, narration by Green and carefully assembled footage