Nitram is a biographical and psychological account of a young man living a life of isolation and frustration. He develops an unexpected…
From the Vine aspires to be sweet and luxuriating, like an aged fine wine that will resonate under the skin and offer some hope, some fascinating insight, or the promise of what could be. But sadly, it falls extremely short.
The Exhibition on Screen program delivers a stunning portrait of Van Gogh’s mysterious sunflower paintings in the documentary film, Sunflowers.
While At War is a lyrical and symbolic meditation of the Spanish philosopher and writer Miguel de Unamuno that speaks directly to a modern audience, warning against the dangers of political apathy, fascism, and ambiguity.
Writer/Director Sam Curtain pulls no punches in the unsettling, terrifying and intense horror feature, The Slaughterhouse Killer.
Good and even great films can be hamstrung by going for a PG-13 rating, rather than letting go of the brake and running full steam towards the R-rating that Voyagers so clearly deserves.
Meandering along a very well-worn path, Embryo constantly blends genres, tone and purpose, and at times its incoherent nature makes for a lack of an emotional connection.
Cosmic Sin is a Bruce Willis and Frank Grillo-starring sci-fi film that’s so bad it has little-to-no redeeming qualities.
A minute character study of fragility, warped masculinity, and a longing for connection drives Savage, the debut film by writer/director Sam Kelly.