If you're wondering why the name Zola sounds familiar, there's a solid chance it's for a very unexpected reason. In 2015 a woman named Aziah Wells (by the
[Sundance 2019] The Great Hack Review: A Far Too Long Look at the Hellscape that was Cambridge Analytica
The Great Hack is too long but it's a large information dump about Cambridge Analytica and the world we live in where data is the most valuable resource.
Paradise Hills is one of the most visually beautiful movies of the festival but the strange plot will make it extremely divisive.
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile aims to put a new spin on one of the most famous serial killers but instead loses focus in the latter half.
Apollo 11 is a documentary in the truest form in that there is no narrator, just mission control, and a technological marvel.
[Sundance 2019] Leaving Neverland Review: A Gut Wrenching and Grueling Documentary About Serious Abuse Allegations
Leaving Neverland four hour brutal, graphic, and unflinching look at the allegations made against Michael Jackson and the fallout for the victims.
The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley looks to examine how a company worth $9 billion dollars managed to completely flame out in a matter of years.
Review from Sundance 2018: 'Search' overcomes what should have been a goofy premise to be legitimately thrilling and enjoyable.
Learn which films both the jury and audiences liked the most! Check out the 2018 Sundance Film Festival awards right here.
Review from Sundance 2018: I Think We're Alone Now takes the post-apocalyptic genre and looks at it from he eyes of someone who feels more at home in a world without people.
Review from Sundance 2018: Minding the Gap looks at the lives of three young men growing up in Rockford, Illinois in an intimate and thought-provoking way that will hit like a punch to the gut.
Review from Sundance 2018: White Fang is a beautifully animated telling of the classic story all of us read in grade school.
Review from Sundance 2018: Ophelia takes one of the most misunderstood women in classic literature and gives her new dimensions as we look at the world through her eyes.
Review from Sundance 2018: Assassination Nation takes the Salem witch trials to the modern age — but gives the “witches” in question automatic weapons with which to fight back.
Review from Sundance 2018: Seeing Allred aims to humanize one of the polarizing figures in recent memory by showing us where she came from and where she gets her drive.