Trial by Fire
The film plods at points, trudging along, and there are a few misguided narrative "devices" tacked on, but still, "Trial by Fire" bristles with anger.
A 2019 Ebert Fellow on the opening night film, Native Son.
A review of Gurinder Chadha's Bruce Springsteen-inspired "Blinded by the Light," which had its world premiere Sunday night at the Sundance Film Festival.
A report on two timely, urgent films from the U.S. Doc Comp section.
On three bio-docs from Sundance about David Crosby, Leonard Cohen, and Anton Yelchin.
Reviews of three character-driven U.S. Dramatic competition films that had their world premieres at the Sundance Film Festival.
An interview with Julius Onah, director/co-writer of "Luce."
A table of contents for all of our Sundance 2019 coverage.
Reviews of two vastly different crowd-pleasers that premiered at Sundance, Troop Zero and Give Me Liberty.
A Sundance 2019 dispatch featuring reviews of "Dolce Fine Giornata," "Divine Love," "Monos," "Queen of Hearts."
A review of two Saturday night Premieres from Sundance.