All Light, Everywhere is a film of individual and immediate fascinations.
Storm Lake is an elegiac heartland portrait…colored by the hope of endurance.
The Viewing Booth is a gauntlet thrown down to filmmakers with an old-fashioned belief in the truth.
El Planeta is a bittersweet comedy of human behavior observed with a relaxed yet intently focused eye.
We are keenly aware of what’s on the line [for the fearless women] in Writing with Fire.
Television Event is a dynamic oral history of its making, capturing the clash of creative and commercial interests around a daring project.
The Velvet Queen is a gorgeously filmed visual experience.
Subversive, gutting, and ultimately affirming, No Straight Lines conveys the…community that a band of supposed reprobates found in the drawn line.
The Mole Agent‘s people are moving, and the payoff is compassionate, humane and worth heeding.
There’s a smile that takes up early residency on a viewer’s face while watching Lily Topples the World, and that smile isn’t toppled until 90 minutes have passed.
Summer of Soul captures a moment of the past…in a way that feels wholly relevant and inspirational to the present. The movie is a gift.