Would You Rather gives you a raw teenage experience, sans the usual sex and drugs.
It’s April 2020, and all the things one could do to distract oneself while at home have dissipated, and all that’s left is loneliness. Enter Mae, who has decided to take up virtual dating.
Who of us didn’t want to spend more time with our parents, specifically see what they did when we weren’t around? That’s what Kati gets to do in Bambirak.
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An absent father finds himself working the wedding of the daughter he never got to know.
When your father is the epitome of masculinity, what does it say about you if you aren’t a spitting image of that?
Like nearly every well-crafted film about Black oppression in America, Judas and the Messiah will enrage you, tire you out, and make you hope J. Edgar Hoover and his enablers, rot in hell.
The 16 minutes of Jason Park’s BJ’s Mobile Gift Shop will leave you demanding a full-length feature film, featuring Johnnyboy Tellem before 2021 is over.
Ava From My Class pushes you to wonder where the line between admiration and a crush is for its young lead.