Sundance Film Festival

Lucy and Desi – first-look review

By Emma Fraser

Amy Poehler directs this intimate portrait of the legendary TV couple, creators of the sitcom I Love Lucy.

When You Finish Saving the World – first-look review

By Hannah Strong

Jesse Eisenberg makes his directorial debut with an adaptation of his own highly-praised podcast drama.

Fresh – first-look review

By Hannah Strong

It’s a classic tale of boy eats girl in Mimi Cave’s directorial debut, but the flavour profile is off.

Nothing Compares – first-look review

By Ed Gibbs

A direct and intimate look at the turbulent life of Irish singer Sinead O’Connor.

We Met in Virtual Reality – first-look review

By Ed Gibbs

The first feature doc to be shot entirely inside the world of social VR is a rich, uplifting experience.

Dual – first-look review

By Brianna Zigler

Riley Stearns' latest boasts an intriguing premise and a solid central performance, but its vagueness is to is detriment.

How documentary cinema is reframing the Civil Rights era

By Nick Joyner

At this year’s Sundance Film Festival, three films broadened our understanding of the fight against racial discrimination.

This year’s Sundance showcased a different kind of high school movie

By Thomas Flew

A trio of documentaries revealed different aspects of the American education system.

Prisoners of the Ghostland – first-look review

By Hannah Strong

Nicolas Cage and director Sion Sono team up for a rollicking post-apocalyptic battle royale.

Jockey – first-look review

By Emily Maskell

This poignant character study from writer/director Clint Bentley is centred in the world of professional horse racing.

We’re All Going to the World’s Fair – first-look review

By Hannah Strong

Jane Schoenbrun’s unnerving debut, about an internet role-play phenomenon, nails the online adolescence experience.

Pleasure – first-look review

By Emily Maskell

Ninja Thyberg’s debut feature delivers an intimate perspective on the adult entertainment industry.

All Light, Everywhere – first look review

By Hannah Strong

Rat Film director Theo Anthony delves deep into the myriad ethical quandaries concerning mass surveillance.

Misha and the Wolves – first-look review

By Hannah Strong

The truth proves far stranger than the fiction in this constantly surprising Holocaust chronicle.

‘For some people, simulation theory is not a joke’ – Rodney Ascher on A Glitch in the Matrix

By Isaac Feldberg

The documentary maker on the deep existential concerns at the heart of his latest project.

Mass – first-look review

By Hannah Strong

The aftermath of a school shooting is the focus of first-time director Fran Kranz’s stark portrait of familial grief.

In the Earth – first-look review

By Hannah Strong

Ben Wheatley’s pandemic-themed psychedelic fever dream is the love child of Kill List and A Field in England.

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