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.
Browsing: Sundance Film Festival
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.
Dealing with insurance companies can often be hell, but surely if you see the agent face to face, they’ll help you right?
If you thought McG’s The Babysitter series was over the top and crazy, Manuel Crosby and Darren Knapp respond with “Challenge accepted” with First Date.
Mayday touches on the personal war one has within themselves and every single voice or person we see as holding us back – including our own.
Marvelous and the Black Hole, while it can come off as an angsty teenage film, it doesn’t push its lead to move on or get over it but harness that anger into something good.
We’ve all seen some version of Romeo and Juliet, but none of them compare to Carey Williams’ R#J.
Street Gang: How We Got To Sesame Street is filled with nostalgia and fleshes out your childhood memories with what it took to make you smile and learn.
How It Ends combines a drama about reconciliation before the end of the world and all the eccentric people you’d expect to see getting high before everyone dies.