How many love stories can say they’ve spanned decades, crossed borders, and traversed genres? A tender tale of migration and belonging fuels Heidi Ewing's hybrid drama I Carry You with Me.
Félix Dufour-Laperrière’s Archipelago is an animated essay that navigates territories real and imagined while interrogating the mythology and history of Quebec.
Bank Job is a decidedly unserious film about a serious subject: debt. Filmmaking duo Dan Edelstyn and Hilary Powell document their grassroots debt-abolishing project in a new documentary with a fictional heist
Set on the island of Madagascar, the experimental Zaho Zay is a hybrid documentary, drama and poetic reverie that defies paraphrase. Co-directed by French Malagasy filmmaker Maéva Ranaïvojaona, and Austrian filmmaker Georg
Much of Chloé Zhao’s Nomadland simply observes actress Frances McDormand as Fern, a woman travelling the USA in search of seasonal work, in conversation with fellow nomads. These mobile-home-dwelling workers, or “workampers”
No Ordinary Man, which tells the story of American jazz pianist and trans man Billy Tipton, is no ordinary music documentary. Aisling Chin-Yee and Chase Joynt bring contemporary relevance by foregrounding present-day
Sundance reviews for Cusp ("bold and bracing portrait of youth"), Ailey ("a beautiful act of remembering"), and Sons of Monarchs ("a provocative experiment in metamorphosis").
Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets Bill Ross IV and Turner Ross, directors Featuring: Peter Elwell, Michael Martin, Shay Walker There’s something about the authenticity of a bar that provides a superb setting for