Two friends try to escape The New World Organization, an ominous cult, whose plan is to exterminate most of the human population. Review by Ale Turdó
Directed by Dawn Porter, John Lewis: Good Trouble chronicles the life and political career of an extraordinary man.
Directed by Michael Sellers and narrated by Band of Brothers star Michael Cudlitz, Return to Hardwick: Home of the 93rd Bomb Group is a loving tribute to one of the most extraordinary strategic bomb units of WWII.
Erich Kemp’s sophomore feature My Stretch of Texas Ground brings all the drama and tension of terrorism tropes to the American south, with a story about a conservative senator who becomes the target of a rogue Islamic cell.
Trey Batchelor’s directorial debut with Burning Dog (2020) mixes a wide array of genres and subgenres such as action, comedy, buddy cop movies, criminal heist and double crossing scenarios with their matching tropes, resulting in quite a particular and unorthodox blend on screen.
Written and directed by Susanna Styron and produced by Jacki Ochs, Out of My Head explores the mystery behind migraines and gives its sufferers validation.
And We Go Green shows the possibilities of zero emission racing technology while still capturing the romance of the sport.
A quiet, unassuming laborer goes back to work despite his plant being closed down. His unintentional protest draws support among his coworkers.
Amos Carlen and Aline Robichaud’s new documentary Shadows of Freedom tells the story of the organized Jewish resistance movement in Algiers during WWII and its involvement in Operation Torch, an Allied invasion of French North Africa in 1940.
César Díaz’s new drama Our Mothers/Nuestras madres tells the story of a young anthropologist reunited family members with the loved ones they lost during the Guatemalan genocide. And in doing so, he is about to uncover the truth about himself.
Marcus Mizelle’s second feature film takes you for a trip deep down L.A.’s shady reality hidden in plain sight and broad daylight, filled with misogynistic millionaires and their often-mischievous wives.
Bowling, pizza and self-reinvention. This heartfelt movie champions the notion that you don’t have to accept your situation as it is, that you can always take steps, no matter how big or small, to live a happier and more fulfilling life.
Based on the German religious sect Colonia Dignidad, Cristóbal León and Joaquín Cociña’s stop-animation feature film captures the pain of extreme isolation.
A comedy that takes us deep into deadpan territory, involving the most curious and unlikely ensemble of employees -mainly the titular bellmen- working at a resort. Review by Ale Turdó.
CRSHD is a quirky coming-of-age story about a college freshman who fumbles along in her quest to lose her virginity before the end of the school year.
Directed and co-written by Annie Silverstein, Bull tells the story of a down and out rodeo clown who makes a meaningful connection with a young wayward teen.