Scott Foundas, Justin Chang and Peter Debruge weigh in on the best and brightest of Park City 2014.
With the exception of Tim Burton, few American directors have maintained a stronger auteurial hold on their careers than Araki, who seizes on "White Bird" as a chance to explore familiar issues of…
Let's say you want to shag a sexy British indie rocker. "Song One" not only instructs you on how to go about it, but also suggests your lucky score could inspire the first track on his next album.
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Filmed in sequence across 12 years, this unprecedented experiment in longterm storytelling attempts to capture child actor Ellar Coltrane's coming-of-age oncamera.
"I Origins" puts the eyes in sci-fi, recasting those proverbial windows to the soul as the key to so much more than philosophers, scientists or fashion photographers had ever previously considered.
Truth springs from the title and trickles down into every pore of "Love Is Strange," an uncompromising yet accessible slice-of-life expression from Ira Sachs, one of the most perceptive and personal…
Kat Candler's debut doesn't add much in the way of insight to the juvenile delinquency genre, but boasts a stunning breakthrough performance from newcomer Josh Wiggins as the troublemaker in…
A faceless Michael Fassbender stars in this weird and wonderful musical comedy from director Lenny Abrahamson.
Miles Teller drums his heart out — and then some — in writer-director Damien Chazelle's stellar career-starter.
With films like “Dancer in the Dark,” “Dogville” and “Antichrist,” Danish provocateur Lars von Trier has long established himself as one of our most divisive filmmakers. Consider our surprise, then…
It's not that Sundance festival director John Cooper wasn't always a "movie guy." It's just that, prior to joining the staff 25 years ago, he had dedicated most of his creative energy to the stage…