Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People
In telling this story and exploring its meanings, Harris’ well-crafted film uses interviews with a number of historians and black photographers. But its greatest asset…
Simon Abrams on two sequels: "The Trip to Italy", the sequel to the hilarious "The Trip", and "The Raid 2".
Links to all our coverage of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.
Simon Abrams loves "20,000 Days on Earth", a biographical doc about Australian musician Nick Cave as he wants to be seen.
"Imperial Dreams" paints a harrowingly acute picture of life in Watts where the only pertinent question is whether you’ll be killed before you’re incarcerated or vice versa.
Simon Abrams goes from gory horror comedy to to earnest dramas about love, growing up and spirituality. Who says Sundance films are all the same?
Chaz Ebert sat down with Sam Fragoso to talk about the premiere of "Life Itself" at the Sundance Film Festival
Sam Fragoso talks to Lynn Shelton about improvisation, her first time directing a script written by someone else
The Sundance premiere of the Roger Ebert documentary "Life Itself" was a cathartic experience for filmmakers, subjects and viewers alike.
Sam Fragoso battles mix-ups and traffic, but does get to see "Infinitely Polar Bear".
"Frank," "Cold in July" and "Blue Ruin" are all about characters with limited knowledge of who they are and what they're capable of.