"A Thousand and One" takes motherhood to extremes
Sundance champ depicts family life on the edge in changing NYC.
"God's Country": They picked the wrong woman to mess with
This ain’t “Straw Dogs,” it’s “Iron Woman.”
"Fire of Love" scorches the eyeballs while extolling mad devotion of volcanic couple
Documentary ode to a love that's hotter than lava.
Emma Thompson seeks sex and understanding in "Good Luck to You, Leo Grande"
Sophie Hyde’s two-hander of lust for hire is astute, funny, sexy and brave.
Stories of redemption, revelation and rebellion at Sundance 2022
My Top 10 films at the second virtual edition of the Sundance Film Festival.
Virtual Sundance finds real audience
Forced by the pandemic to head online, the Sundance Film Festival has turned necessity into virtue.