A chilling exploration of random lives suddenly ended by gun violence.
Sundance 2016 Coverage
Matthew Ross sends Michael Shannon down a rabbit hole of sex, lies, and depravity.
A visual and aural nightmarish feast for those brave enough to partake in it.
Kenneth Lonergan’s drama is a masterpiece of pitch-perfect filmmaking.
Rob Zombie scrapes the bottom of the ’70s bargain bin and comes up empty.
Kelly Reichardt captures Maile Meloy’s short stories with patience and tranquility.
Babak Anvari’s feature-length debut is an enlightening ghost story that chills.
Nate Parker writes, directs, and stars in a powerful film following the life of Nat Turner.
Jim Hosking’s directorial debut is gross, hilarious, and absolutely uncompromising.
Andrew Neel offers an intense look at masculinity, PTSD, and college hazing.
Did you hear the one about an actress, her estranged husband, and the dictator who kidnapped them?
Strong performances can’t save weak storytelling in Chris Kelly’s debut feature film.