Marking her feature directorial debut, Bridey Elliott makes a splash with Clara’s Ghost, a dysfunctional family comedy with a supernatural twist featuring her real-life family as the drunken cast of characters.
Song of Back and Neck would make for a perfect Netflix Original. It’s an inoffensive, slightly heartwarming comedy with a few recognizable names and a universally relatable plot about the stresses in our lives. Unfortunately, it’s also a fairly bland and forgettable affair, also perfect for Netflix viewing.
Nisha Ganatra‘s comedy Late Night is set to premiere at Sundance in January, and today a set of new stills have been released. The film is written by and stars Mindy Kaling as a comedian who’s hired as the only female
The 2019 Sundance Film Festival is gearing up to kick off January 24th in Park City, and today the bulk of this year’s lineup has been announced. 112 feature-length films have been selected, representing 33 countries and 45 first-time filmmakers. Inclusivity is also
Believe it or not, Slamdance 2019 is fast approaching and today they announced the lineups for their competition and inaugural breakout programs. This year’s competition lineup will feature 11 narrative and 9 documentary features, 18 of which are premieres, including 10 World, 4
The Favourite is a film that combines a brilliant script with a visionary director and employs the talents from an incredible cast to coalesce into a filmgoing experience I won’t soon forget and one of my favorites this year.
A trailer for the upcoming documentary See Know Evil has been released ahead of its DOC NYC premiere this Friday. Directed by Charlie Curran, the film tells the story of Davide Sorrenti, a prolific photographer and artist in NYC who was tragically diagnosed with
Though a tad too long, coming in at two hours, the standout performances from Worthy (along with all the rappers involved), the fantastic script, and Joseph Kahn’s music video-esque visuals make Bodied not one to miss.
With the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival recently wrapping, the award winners from this year’s edition have been announced. Guto Parente‘s Cannibal Club won Best Feature in the Horror program, with Veronica Kedar‘s Family winning Best Feature in the Head Trip program.
The Dark is a disturbing, yet oddly touching, feature debut from Justin P. Lange, and while it comes dangerously close to becoming dull at a few spots, it never completely loses its connection with the audience and deftly delivers a tragic, hopeful story about the resilience of human beings and the healing power of the positive connections we have to one another.
Told over the course of one harrowing evening in Denmark, Gustav Möller’s The Guilty presents a tense thriller while keeping the viewers, and our protagonist, Asger (Jakob Cedergren), fixed in one location.
It’s a polarizing film that some like myself will love and find to be brilliantly funny and others will just find it too weird and annoying to get on board with. Whichever side you land on, An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn is a movie you won’t forget experiencing anytime soon.