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‘Leonor Will Never Die’ Review: Martika Ramirez Escobar’s Joyful, Emotional Film Explores The Power Of ‘80s Action Films [Sundance]

Films can be a form of escapism. Sitting down in a dark cinema with a big screen and great sound immerses you in...

Sundance 2022: When You Finish Saving the World, Living, Call Jane | Festivals & Awards

Much more confident and nuanced is Oliver Hermanus’ “Living,” a moving elegy on the value of life based on one of...

‘Mija’ Review: A Personal & Sincere Look At The Struggles Of Undocumented Families [Sundance]

Beginning on the eve of music manager Doris Muñoz’s 26th birthday, Isabel Castro’s lyrical documentary, “Mija,” uses Muñoz’s story — both her status...

Sundance 2022: Mars One, Gentle, Klondike | Festivals & Awards

“This sport is about proportions. Balance,” her trainer and boyfriend Ádám (György Turós, a real-life coach of five world champions) tells a...

Louie Anderson: 1953-2022 | Tributes

He would find much greater success on television, starting with appearances on shows such as “Remington Steele,” “The Jim Henson Hour” and...

Sundance 2022: Fire of Love, Riotsville, USA, La Guerra Civil | Festivals & Awards

Katia and Maurice captured their work, and themselves, in photographs and footage that provide this documentary with its treasure trove of visuals....

‘When You Finish Saving the World’ Review: Jesse Eisenberg’s Directorial Debut Has Family Struggling to Find Each Other | Sundance 2022

When You Finish Saving the World begins with Ziggy Katz (Finn Wolfhard) playing a song for his 20,000 followers. Going by the...

‘Living’ Review: Bill Nighy-Starring ‘Ikiru’ Adaptation Asks What Will We Be Remembered For? | Sundance 2022

Living is an English adaptation of Akira Kurosawa’s film Ikiru, which itself was an adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s novel "The Death of...

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