In Mank, David Fincher covers the screenwriting process of Citizen Kane, and the unreal nature of Hollywood, in exquisite and playful form.
Edward Yang gives a masterful look at identity and adolescence in A Brighter Summer Day, an immersive and daring four-hour epic.
Koji Yakusho’s role as an ex-convict is the pinnacle of Under the Open Sky, a tale of redemption that never reaches the level of emotion it aims for.
Michel Franco takes no prisoners in Nuevo Orden (New Order), a societal drama rooted in class warfare that can be baffling for some but a treat for others.
Shiva Baby’s jump from thesis short to feature film surpasses expectations thanks to a well-developed concept that is explored upon in this 77-minute anxiety trip.
Herself proves to be an effective feel-good drama, carried by Clare Dunne’s powerhouse performance. Life…
Buoyancy is a gripping and raw look at modern slavery, led by an impressive and significant child performance.
Tesla contains notable storytelling and performances in its imaginative liberties, but this history lesson still fails at electrifying its audience.
Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans is a cherished treasure from a bygone period, effortlessly comprised by a cinematic genius.