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.
Heinz Emigholz’s film explores the space between here and there and life and death through one man’s ceaseless monologues.
The series of shorts is all about the suppression and rediscovery, revealing how ghostly traces of half-remembered pasts demand to be acknowledged.
Reinventing Mayan mythology, ‘Tragic Jungle’ is an alluring portrait of 1920s central America that feels contemporary in its feminist and colonial critique.
This ghost story, finished by Raúl Ruiz’s widow more than five decades after its footage was captured, is a haunting reflection of memory.
'The Babysitter: Killer Queen' Reunites Comedy and Violence for a bloody fun time.
'Akilla’s Escape' combines the intrigue, tension, interiority, and style of the classic noir genre with the reckoning and overdue amplification of Black perspectives.
This tale of an encounter with a sex robot gone awry has a retro aesthetic but shows promise as a strong proof of concept for sci-fi’s future.
This documentary about experimental film and music sheds light on the most offbeat and proudly depraved artists.
This imaginative time travel story with an edge is one we wouldn’t mind reliving again and again.
Anna Chazelle's directorial debut is an effective but not particularly innovative horror-thriller about loneliness and loss.