Filmmaker Matt Riddlehoover’s new documentary My Darling Vivian sets the record straight about Vivian Liberto, Johnny Cash’s first wife. Features interviews with their four daughters.
In a parallel world, freelance cablers keep the internet going by running cables through the forest to connect Quantum cubes to each other. One man signs up to make money to save his brother but finds himself in quite the predicament.
Directed by Sarah Brennan Kolb, Good Ol Girl explores the struggle between long-held traditions and female independence and the slow fade of rural life.
The end of the world is nigh but this doesn’t stop a group of SoundCloud rappers living in seclusion in Crestone, Colorado from smoking weed and making music. This hybrid film is highly relevant in our coronavirus driven world.
Filmmaker Alice Gu’s new documentary The Donut King follows the dramatic rise and fall of Ted Ngoy, a Cambodian refugee who started a donut empire and the enduring legacy of one of America’s most beloved pastries.
I’ll Meet You There is a heartfelt story following three generations of a Pakistani-American family in Chicago as they forge their own destinies.
Directed by Matthew Sellah and produced by Rose Tucker, We Don’t Deserve Dogs is a series of vignettes about the impact dogs have on humans.
A short Czechian drama about a middle-aged man whose curiosity got the better of him as he finds himself hired for a mystery job.
Blackheads is a highly satisfying short film about a woman dealing with a break-up, a bad therapist and a giant blackhead.
Basic packs a punch in a mere 3 minutes and 3 seconds. An engaging short about dating insecurities in the age of social media.
Filmmaker Jiayan “Jenny” Shi’s Finding Yingying is a sensitive portrayal of a young woman with a bright future and a family struggling to come to terms with their loss.
Quelle Movies: The Dilemma of Desire, a new documentary about the clitoris and women’s sexuality. #SXSW #Cliteracy
Jasper Mall is a fascinating look at a dying enterprise: the American mall.
A Dog’s Death/La Muerte de un perro captures the social turmoil of a country in flux through its focus on the absurd actions of a microcosm of its upper middle class culture.
Steve Markle’s Shoot to Marry is a heartfelt and quirky documentary about finding love and being true to yourself.
A fairly unpolished yet important documentary explores the decline in lesbian community spaces with a focus on the ones that are still thriving.