Nicole Holofcener reteams with Julia Louis-Dreyfus for a gentle comedy about a writer who discovers her husband doesn't like her work.
A recently bereaved 12-year-old girl is forced to reconnect with her absent father in Charlotte Regan's charming feature debut.
Cory Finley returns with an eccentric sci-fi dramedy about a pair of teenagers who scheme to livestream their relationship for a curious extra-terrestrial audience.
Thomasin McKenzie plays a repressed prison worker who becomes infatuated with a female colleague in William Oldroyd's take on Ottessa Moshfegh's novel.
Alden Ehrenreich and Phoebe Dynevor play a young couple clawing their way up the corporate ladder in Chloe Domont's dour thriller.
Jonathan Majors delivers a blistering performance as an amateur bodybuilder on the brink in Elijah Bynum's aching but underwritten drama.
Based on Kristen Roupenian's much-lauded 2017 short story, this twisted tale of gender politics is a major letdown in conception and execution.
Alexander Skarsgård has a pretty bad trip in this vacation nightmare from body horror wunderkind Brandon Cronenberg.
Ira Sachs returns with an intimate, intense three-hander about a Fassbinder-like film director played by the great Franz Rogowski.
Aubrey Plaza delivers a stand-out performance as a struggling artist with a criminal record who becomes involved with a credit card scam.
Adamma Ebo offers a glimpse into Southern Baptist culture – specifically the corporate greed of megachurches and celebratory pastors.
Two of the best documentaries at Sundance probe the messy legacies of nations’ founding epochs.
Francisca Alegría presents an environmental fable with elements of magical realism.
A naïve 26-year-old sets her sights on a sexual awakening in Lena Dunham’s brash and honest second feature.
By Matthew Eng
Ramin Bahrani’s latest is a fitfully interesting, by-the-numbers account of a curious figure on the fringes of American law enforcement.
Dakota Johnson grapples with her sexuality and the potential loss of her best friend in Tig Notaro and Stephanie Allynne’s romantic drama.
Thandiwe Newton plays a college professor who faces off against a group of hunters in Julian Higgins’ precise and prescient debut.