Dixon's film is a harrowing but illuminating watch, and an excoriating exhibition of why Black subjects need Black documentarians and cultural interpreters more often than not.
As the narrative begins to develop, the atmosphere of the film fades to the point of non-existence, and the main plot of the film chokes the eerie tone of the film.
Michael Angelo Covino's feature-length directorial debut The Climb, which won the Un Certain Regard coup de coeur jury prize, builds off of the success of his short film of the same name.
Pedro Almodóvar latest film, Dolor y gloria (Pain and Glory), which premiered at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival and won Best Actor for Antonio Banderas, brilliantly returns Almodóvar to his previous form.
With Portrait of a Lady on Fire, Sciamma has delivered a masterful ode to love, desire, and creativity — that feels both fresh and modern —like a myth that’s as old as
An archival triumph bursting with colour, Apollo 11 might well be the definitive moon landing documentary.
Any attempts to watch Too Late to Die Young as a narrative drama will prove largely fruitless as it's true merits like in its artistic vision and infectiously calming atmosphere.
A Night at Switch n' Play is charming and genuine in its exploration of identity, and feels like a breath of fresh air
A Minority Report-esque neo-noir, The Tangle satisfyingly pulls together the threads of its mysterious near-future world.
A new film by Taiwanese director Midi Z and co-written by its lead actress Wu Ke-Xi that premiered in the year´s edition of the Cannes Film Festival.
The latest American Godzilla film interrupts monster mayhem with awkward franchise building.