Feb 26, 2021
Director Keith Thomas delivers a completely different kind of horror film with The Vigil, the story of a young man who agrees to fulfill the duties of a "shomer," the ritualistic practice of looking after a dead body over the course of one night.
Feb 25, 2021
Legendary underground cartoonist Spain Rodriguez is described as a “Working-class Latino hood, crossed with crazy artist, crossed with left-wing radical.” Bad Attitude: The Art of Spain Rodriguez is an intimate portrait by his wife, filmmaker Susan Stern.
Feb 24, 2021
The directorial debut from Chicago-based filmmaker Ravin Gandhi, 100 Days to Live follows a woman who grapples with her inner demons in a race against the clock to discover the identity of a killer, and more importantly, his motive.
Feb 22, 2021
Director Stephen DeBro chronicles larger-than-life characters and violent clashes surrounding Los Angeles’ iconic Olympic Auditorium. The Slamdance Film Festival closing night documentary 18th & Grand explores issues that continue to roil America.
Feb 19, 2021
Documentary filmmaker Ondi Timoner examines America's opioid crisis through the eyes of the recovering addicts and political leaders on the frontlines in her documentary Coming Clean.