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Mr. Lonely

Mr. Lonely

Kajillionaire by Hope Madden Can a film be absurd without really being cynical? That might be the miracle of Miranda July, who mixes heartbreak and humor like no one else.…read more →

Home A Clone

Home A Clone

LX 2048 by George Wolf Well, you’ll save money on sunscreen. Because in the near future world of LX 2048, the only way you can venture out in the daylight…read more →

Raise A Voice

Raise A Voice

Resisterhood by Rachel Willis It’s been a hell of a year. Not only will 2020 live in infamy as the year we grappled with a worldwide pandemic, it is also…read more →

Unexpected Turns

Unexpected Turns

The Swerve by Hope Madden Life takes unexpected turns, no matter how tirelessly you prepare. Writer/director Dean Kapsalis explores a horrific side of this notion in his confident feature debut,…read more →

Leave No Trace

Leave No Trace

Residue by Matt Weiner Residue begins as a wry bayonetting of gentrification, but the film slowly unfolds—languidly, and then with a dizzying crescendo—into one of the most powerful films to…read more →

Risk & Reward

Risk & Reward

The Nest by George Wolf If you saw the quietly unnerving Martha Marcy May Marlene nine years ago and have had the name Sean Durkin filed away since then, you’re…read more →

Issue Related

Issue Related

I’ve Got Issues by George Wolf Toward the end the nearly 20 vignettes that make up I’ve Got Issues, a mournful woman proclaims, “The world is absurd. I’ve lost all…read more →