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Promising Young Woman is as confident as its protagonist, a film that’s willing to be a little messy and inconsistent in a way that reflects…

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"The Ballad of Narayama" is a Japanese film of great beauty and elegant artifice, telling a story of startling cruelty. What a space it opens…

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Sundance 2020: Table of Contents

All of our coverage of the Sundance Film Festival.


We Are Made to Feel Ashamed of Ourselves: Justin Simien on Bad Hair

An interview with Justin Simien, writer/director of "Bad Hair."


Sundance 2020: Acasa, My Home, Once Upon a Time in Venezuela

A dispatch from the Sundance Film Festival on two films competing in the World Cinema Documentary category.


Sundance 2020: Wander Darkly, Dinner in America

On two Sundance Dramatic Competition films.


Sundance 2020: Coded Bias, Whirlybird, Be Water

A review of three films from the U.S. Documentary Competition program of Sundance.


Sundance 2020: Kajillionaire, Dick Johnson is Dead

From Sundance, a dispatch about the latest films from Miranda July and Kirsten Johnson.


Sundance 2020: The Dissident, Vivos

A review of two political documentaries from major filmmakers that had their world premieres on Friday.


Sundance 2020: Worth, Falling, Uncle Frank

A review of three star-studded films from Sundance.


Sundance 2020: The Go-Go’s, Happy Happy Joy Joy, Siempre Luis

On three docs at Sundance about The Go-Go's, Ren & Stimpy, and the Mirandas.


Sundance 2020: Bad Hair, Miss Juneteenth

A review of two of the first films of Sundance 2020, Bad Hair and Miss Juneteenth.


Hal Hartley on His Film Career, Modernist Influences, and Re-Watching His Work

An interview with Hal Hartley, in anticipation of an upcoming retrospective at the Metrograph.

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Chaz Ebert's Top 10 Films (And Then Some) of 2019

Chaz Ebert reveals her Top Ten (PLUS) Films of 2019.