A visual and aural nightmarish feast for those brave enough to partake in it.
Nate Parker writes, directs, and stars in a powerful film following the life of Nat Turner.
Jim Hosking’s directorial debut is gross, hilarious, and absolutely uncompromising.
Andrew Neel offers an intense look at masculinity, PTSD, and college hazing.
Strong performances can’t save weak storytelling in Chris Kelly’s debut feature film.
Werner Herzog chases human truth in the modern digital world
Some of the funniest people on the planet do their best before the party gets too dark.
All heart. Some farts.
Todd Solondz returns with a brisk and hilarious meditation on death in America.
A unique, captivating look at 22 years inside the Buddhafield Cult.
Yorgos Lanthimos returns with a terrifying dark comedy stunning for its originality.
Fact: In one week, the Sundance Three reviewed 35 films and one Sting show.