This documentary of the history of folk horror is encyclopedic and academic, and casts a rapturous spell on viewers hungry for knowledge.
This narrative is equal parts dark and whimsical, but offers little emotional depth.
Superior's style is striking, but so is the story about two twins reconnecting in this colorful thriller.
Jamila Wignot's incisive, multi-faceted portrait questions celebrity, legacy, and the nuance of African-American artistry.
'Cusp' struggles to reconcile complete honesty with the protection of teenage girls from manipulation.
Dear Inge, Since this was – as you said – my very first festival, I actually don’t have any screen fatigue. Normally when I watch films to review, I treat it like
13-year-old John (Charlie Shotwell) discovers a hole — an unfinished bunker — in his backyard, and it becomes a sort of playground for him. But the fun he has in mind is
Valerie Taylor is a completely fearless and wildly talented woman.
Dear Tim, The festival has come to an end. I’m slowly digesting and unpacking the films I copiously screened in the past five days. How do you feel? This was your first
This mother-daughter comedy of scams, schemes, and economic precarity is full of eccentricity, but not quite enough to sustain the experience.
This surreal fantasy of a dream auditor perfectly captures the bizarre logic and beautiful nonsense of dreaming.