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.
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.
The Narcissists is a contemplative study on filmmaking and relationships that is not afraid to spend time with its characters.
Armstrong is an intimate portrait of an extraordinary individual and required viewing for anyone who appreciated Damien Chazelle’s biopic First Man but craved more.
Alright Now stars Cobie Smulders as a former rock star adjusting to life after her band breaks up. Improvised and shot in 5 days.
Swiped is a multi-generational tech comedy that explores the meaning of face-to-face connections in an increasingly disconnected world.
and coming out story with a lot of heart and plenty of quirky characters.
Not your typical little league baseball movie. Benched stars John C. McGinley and Garret Dillahunt as coaches with two very different training mentalities.