In the occasion of 892’s premiere at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival, editor Chris Witt tells us about the film’s origins, the importance of honesty in storytelling, crafting a real-time experience, and more.
With Sharp Stick, director Lena Dunham turns in her best work to date – a bold and meaningful tale of self-discovery and sexual awakening that invites us to embrace ourselves.
In Part 1 of HBO’s Phoenix Rising, Evan Rachel Wood tells her truth on Manson, the industry and her own life, bravely educating us on recognising and surviving domestic violence, manipulation, and abuse.
Starring Alan Cumming as “Scotland’s most notorious imposter,” Jono McLeod’s My Old School is both a documentary on the art of deception and a meaningful investigation on expectations, possibilities, and survival.
Good Luck to You, Leo Grande shows us that the key to understanding women’s sexuality is self-worth, rather than preconceived notions about pleasure.
Sebastian Stan shines as a flesh-eating psychopath in Mimi Cave’s FRESH, a horror/thriller with a great premise but that uses too many familiar tropes.
In A Discovery of Witches’ Season 3, Diana and Matthew deal with blood rage, congregation schemes, and the consequences of their own time travelling.
In this interview, director Hong Sung-eun talks about her feature debut Aloners, a film that’s about loneliness, connection, and learning how to say goodbye.
Both the most thrilling Spider-Man movie to date and a clever coming-of-age story for Peter Parker, Spider-Man: No Way Home will have you roaring with excitement.
Through the story of a girl who leads a repetitive existence, Aloners shows us that life can be meaningful if we’re brave enough to let ourselves be vulnerable.