Jeanette Nordahl's stylish and heart-stopping crime thriller is a debut not to be ignored.
The big-screen adaptation of Caitlin Moran's autobiography has promise, but ultimately falls flat.
Though Marjane Satrapi's effervescent vision and humor works to bring to life the story of world-renowned scientist Marie Curie, the film, unfortunately, falls flat.
When her best friend Fiona suddenly commits suicide, Jane (Jeanette Maus) quickly discovers that there is no easy or conventional way to deal with grief. To complicate her emotions further, Jane cannot
A delicate web of family secrecy is unravelled in this impressive debut feature from Xiang Zi.
Lee Isaac Chung’s brilliant new film, Minari, deservedly received the U.S. Dramatic Competition Grand Jury Prize and U.S. Dramatic Competition Audience Award at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, and his work should remain
Aneil Karia’s Surge showcases an exciting new talent in British cinema and a true powerhouse performance from Ben Whishaw
When his older brother Ikenna (Chukwudi Iwuji) hasn’t been heard from in over a year, musician Amandi (O. C. Ukeje) travels the several thousand miles from Nigeria to São Paulo in search
Agnieszka Holland continues to bring unknown historical figures to a wider audience in the intriguing Charlatan, weaving a tale of one man’s dedication to bringing medicine to the masses and the ever-changing society
Some incredible visuals can't compensate for a struggling plot, but there might be a new Cronenberg in town.
Natalie Erika James uses horror to depict the realities of disease.