This post was updated Feb. 7 at 6:21 p.m.
“Passing” is shedding light on history that is often passed up.
The feature film directed by Rebecca Hall premiered Saturday at Sundance Film Festival as part of the U.S.
This post was updated Feb. 7 at 6:18 p.m.
Processing grief is no simple task in “I Was a Simple Man.”
Alumnus Tim Chiou stars alongside Steve Iwamoto and Constance Wu in this family drama, which premiered Jan.
“Judas and the Black Messiah” is a powerhouse opening to Black History Month.
The compelling film, which premiered Feb. 1 at Sundance, is in part credited to the equally dynamic talents of Daniel Kaluuya and LaKeith Stanfield at its very center.
Every generation needs its own “Romeo and Juliet,” but not all retellings of the Shakespearean classic are made equal.
The Generation Z version of the play, “R#J,” premiered Jan.
“These Days” everyone needs some humor and catharsis.
Filmed in May, writer-director Adam Brooks’ episodic short premiered Thursday at the Sundance Film Festival. The story is set during the height of quarantine and focuses on Mae (Marianne Rendón), who is struggling with isolation while trying to foster a relationship with Will (William Jackson Harper) via a dating app.
Audiences must “Try Harder!” to change the culture and pressure surrounding college admissions.
Directed by Debbie Lum, the film follows the lives of five teenagers enrolled in Lowell High School, an elite college preparatory school in San Francisco with a majority Asian American student body.
“One for the Road” likely won’t have its last call anytime soon.
Directed by Baz Poonpiriya, the feature film premiered Thursday at the Sundance Film Festival as a contender in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition – and it set the bar opening night.
The “Prisoners of the Ghostland” began their journey at the kitchen table.
UCLA alumni Aaron Hendry and Reza Safai began writing the script nearly 12 years ago after a conversation about a shared love for spaghetti Westerns.
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