What could work as a lovely coming-of-age film focused on a father/daughter relationship ends with a rather unnecessary twist.
Browsing: Tribeca Film Festival
“Cha Cha Real Smooth” is an undisputable reason to dust off your Apple TV+ account or start a free trial.
In perhaps the cutest short you’ll ever see, we watch a little girl idolize her mother’s hoop earrings and question what powers they hold.
The path to redemption has always been without explicit details, and for Humberto, he seems to feel his daughter’s life depends on him regaining his footing.
“Good Girl Jane” overstays its welcome as it follows the downfall of a girl who falls in love with a dealer after suffering neglect and bullying.
Cherry is part coming of age, part abortion film, as its young lead contemplates the possibility of becoming a mom and the sacrifices that requires.
In a science experiment for graduate students, they are asked to trust the science, not their libidos, when finding their perfect partner.
Thin walls and hearing all that your sex worker neighbor does in a day – would that be a deal-breaker for you?
A couple tries to work through one half exploring their gender or considering transitioning.
What was supposed to be a fun sexual encounter with a little romance turns into an unwanted conversation about race.