Innovation, education, and a few surprises along the way.
Plus, Speedy Ortiz, Tinashe, Natalie Prass, White Reaper, and many, many more acts.
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Wes Anderson returns with another stop-motion masterpiece … this time of the canine variety.
Jody Hill’s latest comic study of machismo is a simpler take on familiar territory.
Ethan Hawke directs this wrenching biopic about a once-forgotten country legend.
Daryl Hannah’s surrealist collaboration with Neil Young feels oddly unassembled.
Laura Steinel’s directorial debut finds unconventional families in all sorts of places.
An angry, deeply human portrait of faith, responsibility, and radicalism.
An appealing concept serving up some surface-level laughs and little else.
Boots Riley’s soon-to-be-cult flick is positively heaving with life, humor, and justified aggression.
Anthony Wonke delivers a documentary about people who love working together.