A touching drama concerned with the ways trauma lingers and healing gets halted in the aftermath of a school shooting.
A24’s latest triumph is an amalgamation of Frank Ocean melodies and stroboscopic visuals.
Gory comedy Deerskin delivers on this farcical premise in a fittingly turbulent style.
Atlantics is a great start to a bright future for filmmaker Mati Diop, as she is using the medium to tell a confident story that she knows best.
With Coup 53, director Taghi Amirani follows a ‘more is better’ philosophy in his style of documentary filmmaking.
In an attempt to stitch another rich tapestry of forgotten and violated communities, it seems Guerra’s hands were clamped.
It’s a sunny day in 1950s Brooklyn and Frank Minna is about to be killed at the hands of a group of nameless thugs. His friend and mentee, Lionel, listens intently from
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Landes’ physical and metaphysical initiatives are fully realized in this exploration of stolen childhoods.
The multiple strands of this hand-painted animation come together to pay homage to the lives lived by a bustling city’s diverse citizenry.
Cory Finley delves into the dark underbelly of school-board politics with his sophomore film Bad Education.