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THE RIDER Review

A budding, contemplative study of humans reconciling nature and determination reconciling fate, Chloé Zhao’s The Rider impresses in its quietest moments.

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WILDLING Review

With curious fluctuations in tone, questionable motivations, a dull look and jagged editing that takes us out of potentially affecting moments, this tall tale feels slight.

Mobius 8

ND/NF 2018: MÖBIUS Review

Writer/director Sam Kuhn seems to have an affinity for the forest; seeing it as a miraculous space, beckoning those to enter and explore, enticing any and all with the allure of so

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ND/NF 2018: GOOD MANNERS Review

Told as a modern fairy tale, Good Manners, from Juliana Rojas and Marco Dutra, blends fantasy with social strife, crafting a sometimes beautiful, uneven - but undeniably captivatin

Drift 8

ND/NF 2018: DRIFT Review

directed by HELENA WITTMANN // Germany // 95 minutes With a gossamer thread, Helena Wittmann fashions a scant narrative with her feature-length debut, Drift; delicate and nearly n

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ND/NF 2018: DJON ÁFRICA Review

Reis and Guerra’s Djon África is a travelogue, broadly covering the numerous corners of the island nation of Cape Verde while a journey of self-discovery plays out concurrently wit