A neighborhood’s residents are disparately affected by a crime in Kevin Tran’s debut feature film The Dark End of the Street.
Underwater might lean towards shallow, but this deep-sea horror eventually rises above it all.
As far as being governed by tropes and giving in to viewer assumptions, Juror 8 is practically lawless.
Lost Holiday proves that while the holidays aren’t easy for everyone, identifiable indies like it make them all the more bearable.
And Then We Danced is cathartic, topical, and ultimately optimistic in spite of itself. A life-affirming LGBTQ+ film for the ages.