St. Vincent and Carrie Brownstein's film isn't committed enough to craziness to make a good midnight movie or funny enough to be worth your time.
Miranda July's film turns an oddball film about homeless scammers into a deeper meditation on longing and abandonment.
Pedro Costa's fascinating metafictional work tells one woman's story of loss and abandonment, but her face is the true star.
Josephine Decker's film dramatizes a turbulent period in Shirley Jackson's creative life to startling effect.
Ai Weiwei's newest documentary concerns the fate of 43 "disappeared" Mexican students, but it's more concerned with the lives of their families than being a true...
The Sundance Film Festival released its impressive and imposing lineup of feature films for 2020 back in December. Unlike other festivals that cater primarily to art...
Film scores are the great unsung heroes of motion pictures. They can strengthen emotions, alert us to something we haven’t noticed, or completely change our interpretation...
This year saw the return of multiple beloved auteurs, but also augured a more scarce film community as Hollywood consolidated itself.