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‘Moffie’ Review: A Beautiful Yet Brutal Story of Queer Identity in 1980s South Africa

A young man in 1981 South Africa must complete his brutal and racist two years of compulsory military service while desperately maintaining the secrecy of his homosexuality.

9 Amazing

SXSW Review: ‘Clerk’ Cements Director Kevin Smith’s Legacy

A documentary on the career and life of filmmaker and raconteur Kevin Smith.

7 Good

‘Crisis’ Review: An Engaging And Relevant Thriller

A drug trafficker organizes a smuggling operation while a recovering addict seeks the truth behind her son's disappearance.

In-House Reviews: Voyagers, Shiva Baby, Bad Trip, Quo Vadis Aida? & More!

Aaron Neuwirth has reviews for Voyagers, Shiva Baby, Bad Trip, Shoplifters of the World, Quo Vadis, Aida?, and The Man Who Sold His Skin.

‘Bad Trip’ Review: The Act of Pranking

Joseph Braverman reviews Netflix's hilarious hidden camera comedy, Bad Trip, featuring Eric Andre, Lil' Rel Howery, and Tiffany Haddish.

8 Great

‘Shiva Baby’ Review: The Perfect Blend of Anxiety-Driven Drama and Cringe-Worthy Humor

College student Danielle must cover her tracks when she unexpectedly runs into her sugar daddy at a shiva—with her parents, ex-girlfriend and family friends also in attendance.

8 Great

Film Editor Mikkel E.G. Nielsen Talks Awards, Teamwork, and ‘Sound of Metal’

Awards Editor Karen Peterson talks with Academy Award nominee Mikkel E.G. Nielsen about the joy of editing Darius Marder's narrative feature debut, Sound of Metal.

‘The Half Of It’ Interview: Writer/Director Alice Wu Talks Inspiring a Generation of Asian-American Storytellers

LV Taylor speaks with writer/director Alice about her film, "The Half of It," which is nominated for an Independent Spirit Award, and her inspirations as an Asian-American filmmaker.

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