A new trailer has been released for Hasan Oswald‘s documentary Higher Love ahead of its premiere at this year’s Slamdance Film Festival. The film follows a man desperately trying to save his pregnant girlfriend from the grip of addiction.
The 2019 Slamdance Film Festival is rolling to a close and tonight the award winners from this year’s fest have been announced, with Nicole Brending‘s Dollhouse: The Eradication of Female Subjectivity in American Popular being awarded the jury prize for Narrative Feature.
A new trailer has been released for the upcoming documentary Markie in Milwaukee, which is set to premiere at this year’s Slamdance Film Festival. Directed by Matt Kliegman, the film follows ten years in the life of a 7-foot-tall transgender woman as she
A new trailer has dropped for the horror-comedy The Drone, which is set to premiere at the Slamdance Film Festival later this month. Directed by Jordan Rubin, the film involves a sentient killer drone who terrorizes a couple of newlyweds. Alex Essoe, John
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
As the Slamdance Film Festival winds to a close, the award winners from this year’s edition have been announced. Trevor Stevens‘ Rock Steady Row won two big awards with Best Narrative Feature and the Audience Award. We were pretty big fans of
Perhaps, the most hindering aspect of the film would be its structure, which is comprised of six separate storylines, shuffled throughout the film with occasional overlap and interaction, and (to a certain extent) the characters who inhabit that structure.
Either from the often strikingly intimate handheld shots or his script, which bleeds unfiltered affection for his characters and the night-soaked streets of Berkeley, Quest is uncomplicated humanism that plays equally to the people at the front row as well as those at the back of theater.
With his camera at hand and a burning human to point it on, the most the film gets out of its subjects is an ill-advised, one-sided conversation where black residents and “woke” allies point to clear-cut racism and the folksy residents shrug their shoulders and deflect.