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.
Hit 2 Pass
Kurt Walker’s debut feature film is a fascinating documentary that shifts from an account of a derby race to a rumination on colonialism.
Here’s to the Future!
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.
Beasts of No Nation
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
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
Atari: Game Over is a thoroughly disappointing and self-congratulatory foray into documentary cinema from Microsoft’s “Xbox Originals”.