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Leonor Will Never Die is what true love of cinema looks like

7 great movies from the 2022 Sundance Film Festival

Sundance Film Festival goes virtual, Grammys postponed over omicron concerns

In 2021, the Sundance Film Festival found art in Zoom, Instagram, and VR theater

A New Frontier for a year at home

The pandemic was inescapable at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival

A Glitch in the Matrix is quirky, creepy, and way too unreal

The Pink Cloud is an eerily prescient sci-fi movie about being stuck in quarantine

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Sundance Film Festival 2021: reviews, analysis, and more

Cryptozoo’s stunning animation isn’t enough to save it from a meandering story 

Prisoners of the Ghostland is destined to be the next Nic Cage cult movie

Censor finds eerie horror in an ‘80s moral panic

Sundance VR and AR got extremely weird in 2020

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Sundance 2020: reviews from the annual indie film festival

La Llorona review: not the ghost story you’re expecting

Shirley is a gothic drama about Shirley Jackson’s haunted life

Pepe the Frog died, and part of the internet died with him

Tesla review: a weird, fourth-wall-breaking take on the internet’s favorite inventor

Spree review: in search of an audience

The Hulu documentary Jawline poignantly explores the price of social media stardom

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Netflix’s I Am Mother is a slow, tense movie about how we love and fear AI

Hail Satan? puts the fun in Satanic fundamentalism

The Inventor examines the $9 billion Theranos scandal, and blames Silicon Valley

The best VR and AR of the Sundance Film Festival

Paradise Hills is a gorgeous, confusing science fantasy

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Sundance 2019: reviews from the annual indie film festival

Netflix documentary The Great Hack turns the Cambridge Analytica scandal into high drama

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Assassination Nation is a vicious, cathartic horror film about misogyny

The emotional thriller Searching proves good computer-screen movies aren’t a fluke

In HBO’s doc Come Inside My Mind, Robin Williams bares it all

Ari Aster’s breakout horror hit Hereditary is pants-wettingly scary

Half the Picture proves that #MeToo alone won’t solve sexism in entertainment

The 8 weirdest things on-screen at Sundance 2018