Jonathan Demme’s exuberant concert film captures fleeting moments of intimacy embedded in a Justin Timberlake arena spectacular.
Isiah Medina’s debut feature is an affecting experimental portraiture of life, love and poverty.
Kurt Walker’s debut feature film is a fascinating documentary that shifts from an account of a derby race to a rumination on colonialism.
Gina Telaroli’s Here’s to the Future! belongs to a long tradition of self-reflexive cinema focused on the mechanics, frustrations and joys of the film making process.
Charlie Lyne’s essay film about the nature of fear in horror cinema morphs into a compelling look at film consumption more broadly.
Cary Joji Fukunaga’s BEASTS OF NO NATION is a bracing adaptation that manages to skilfully avoid exoticising its story and characters.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s first documentary is a joyous account of the recording of a unique musical collaboration between Jonny Greenwood, Shye Ben Tzur and the Rajasthan Express.
Mark Duplass’s latest outing, a co-production with Patrick Brice, is a hilarious, surreal, and creepy foray into the found-footage genre that owes far more to the Mumblecore movement than it does to the horror genre.
SON OF THE CONGO is Grantland’s inauspicious first foray into film production, a barely knee-deep look at Congo-born NBA star Serge Ibaka.
Atari: Game Over is a thoroughly disappointing and self-congratulatory foray into documentary cinema from Microsoft’s “Xbox Originals”.