Family is everything. We must never forget them. One of the most wonderful, heartwarming, beautifully-made films of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival The Farewell. Written and directed by filmmaker Lulu Wang, her second feature after making Posthumous in 2014, The Farewell tells a very personal (and true) story from Wang’s own life – about the… (0 comment)

Not everything is about falling in love, and being physical. Sometimes just spending time with someone can mean more than anything, and remind us we’re not always alone. I adore Indian filmmaker Ritesh Batra’s films about the random connections that mean the most to us. His sweet, touching storytelling lets emotions build through the moments… (0 comment)

There’s nothing like a great film that challenges your own prejudices and feelings, in an engaging and mind-blowing way. Luce, the third feature directed by Julius Onah (after The Girl Is in Trouble and The Cloverfield Paradox), is hands down the most provocative film of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. It’s an intelligent, clever, compelling… (0 comment)

Sound the alarm! There’s a new monster movie in town and it’s awesome. Sweetheart is the latest feature made by filmmaker J.D. Dillard, who launched his career in 2016 with a film at Sundance titled Sleight – about young magician with some special powers. Sweetheart is an entirely different feature from Dillard, but just as… (0 comment)