Over the course of a year, this documentary follows a group of children and films their weekly meetings at a grief counseling center.
Paints a compelling portrait of one man’s determination when it comes to building a more sustainable future.
A rebellious documentary that explores the work of four outspoken women who are shattering myths about female sexuality and eroticism.
Tries to be a thesis of edgy feminist humor, but mostly comes off as being weird solely for the sake of being weird.
This short film depicts the complexities of the world of dating when you have a disability, and it does so with honestly and humor.
In another case of an interesting true story turned clunky biopic, “Seberg” is as poorly told as it is forgettable.