Sundance Film Festival

The Lodge – first look review

By Jennifer Verzuh

Riley Keough impresses in this icy domestic horror from Goodnight Mommy directors Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz.

Big Time Adolescence – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

SNL’s Pete Davidson puts in a star-making turn in this suburban coming-of-ager from writer/director Jason Orley.

Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool – first look review

By Ed Gibbs

Stanley Nelson’s look at the 20th century jazz icon reveals a troubled soul rarely at peace with himself.

The Report – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

Adam Driver investigates the CIA’s conduct post-9/11 in this gripping political drama.

The Souvenir – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

Joanna Hogg delves into her own past in this wickedly mysterious romantic drama starring Honor Swinton-Byrne.

Shooting the Mafia – first look review

By Ed Gibbs

Documentarian Kim Longinotto explores the Mafia’s grip on Sicily through the lens of photojournalist Letizia Battaglia.

After the Wedding – first look review

By Jennifer Verzuh

Strong performances from Julianne Moore and Michelle Williams aren’t enough to save this melodrama from mediocrity.

The Last Tree – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

There’s a touch of Moonlight about Shola Amoo’s engaging second feature about young British-Nigerian boy.

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

Zac Efron gives the performance of his career in a film which only scratches the surface of its subject.

The Nightingale – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

Jennifer Kent follows up The Babadook with a devastating interrogation of Australia’s dark past.

Native Son – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

Moonlight’s Ashton Sanders stars in this contemporary adaptation of Richard Wright’s 1938 novel.

Untouchable – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

This urgent Harvey Weinstein documentary seeks to get to the root of our culture of sexual abuse.

Honey Boy – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

Shia LaBeouf plays his own father in this frank exploration of his experiences as a child star.

The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind – first look review

By Adam Woodward

Chiwetel Ejiofor steps behind the camera for this Netflix-backed true story of human survival.

See Zac Efron in the first trailer for new Ted Bundy biopic

By Adam Woodward

He’s playing the notorious US serial killer in Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile.

The Sundance Film Festival announces its most diverse line-up yet

By Little White Lies

Park City’s prestigious indie extravaganza promises familiar faces and new discoveries aplenty in 2019.

Crises of faith and incredible women: What’s on at Sundance London 2018

By Hannah Woodhead

There’s lots to look forward to at Sundance’s annual London showcase.

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