Each film in the festival focuses on nature, environmental justice, sustainability or climate change from a unique perspective
What do you do with the feeling of love when memory is gone?
Huang’s directorial debut pulls off an emotionally resonant narrative that powers through its flaws
Did we need another feminist film about a white protagonist?
Murphy and Hall return to present a hilarious, fun familial tale that expands on the original film in every way
Chloé Zhao’s innovative storytelling marks a defining moment in cinematic history
I love my siblings but no, we don’t hug.
Writer and director Lev Grossman’s new film joins long list of time loop films with a tired ending but well-developed story
The new film from the “Bridesmaids” team is pure spectacle, relying on color and chaos to amuse
Barry Jenkins’ 2016 film serves as a significant reflection on touch and on subverting the norms of how we see Black life and love
The film questions the definition of success and the boundaries we are willing to break to achieve it
Is it better to be in love, or content?
Lynne Sachs’ new film is not a portrait of her father; it is a reckoning with her connections to him
While Hayek outshines Wilson, star power is unable to elevate the film’s nonsensical plot and simple script