A gripping you-are-there portrait of a community under siege.
Sundance Film Festival
A fascinating verite portrait of the collision between progress, politics, corruption and citizens' rights in a rapidly changing People's Republic.
Hot off their Sundance Film Festival premiere, “The D Train” directors Andrew Mogel and Jarrad Paul are rolling on to their next bigscreen project, this time with Jonah Hill. Mogel and Paul tell…
A fun satirical flashback to 1980s "Mad Max" knockoffs and more juvenile post-apocalyptic adventures like "Prayer of the Roller Boys."
If there are few things less interesting than hearing other people talk about their dreams, then director Rodney Ascher has pulled off something uniquely impressive, if still somewhat overstretched…
IFC Midnight has acquired U.S. rights to revenge thriller “Reversal” following its debut in the the "Park City at Midnight" section of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. The film centers on a woman who…
PETER DEBRUGE: Here we are, approaching the end of the Sundance Film Festival, and let me just say, having spent the last year attending festivals abroad, I miss American independent cinema, far too…
A 1950s American immigrant story told as if it took place a half-century earlier, "Brooklyn" unfolds almost like a prim Victorian novel, presenting a young Irish woman, nobly brought to life by…
George Lucas offered a bleak assessment of the current state of the film business during a panel discussion with Robert Redford at the Sundance Film Festival on Thursday, saying that the movies are…
“Advantageous,” a brainy new science-fiction film that debuted this week at the Sundance Film Festival, represents a major departure for Ken Jeong. The comic actor best known for letting it all hang…
Thinly amusing Miami-set comedy stretches a short's worth of potentially funny ideas to feature length, where they slowly and surely lead nowhere in particular.