Stories about Sundance

Screen Grabs: From the dark, to the streaming services

Our film critic Dennis Harvey runs down the most frightening flicks to emerge from the depths to home-format release, including 'Tito', 'Relic', 'The Beach House', and 'Volition'

In ‘John Lewis: Good Trouble,’ filmmaker Dawn Porter limns civil rights icon

The Bay Area director's new doc follows the congressional lion from early years to legendary status.

Screen Grabs: Trans films to the front for Pride

Plus: Miss Juneteenth, Babyteeth, Yourself and Yours, Runner, and more new movies to stream.

Screen Grabs: Black history and protest films to stream now

Plus: Judy & Punch, Ursula von Rydingsvard, This Teacher, Cineola Film Festival, and more new movies.

Screen Grabs: Into ‘The Vast of Night’—and beyond

Sexism in the US music business and on the streets of Algeria, an unearthed Elizabeth Taylor curiosity, more films out now

Forget the ‘pale male’ podcast scene, here’s Bitch Talk

450 episodes in and celebrating Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the popular 'cast features activism, arts, and a little drinking.

‘Crip Camp’ captures a very vivid moment in disability rights struggle

New doc tells the story of hippie-like Camp Jened's critical influence—but 'don't call it inspiration porn' says filmmaker

In ‘Please Don’t Eat the Mangos,’ this Mami has secrets

Stage favorite Wilma Bonet on playing the matriarch of a Puerto Rican family during a hurricane in the Magic's new play.

Screen Grabs: Traveling the world, popcorn in hand

Ireland, Israel, Poland, China (twice), American backroads, and various African nations are your cinematic destinations this week.

What we saw at Sundance, part 3: Crossed borders and different lives

Themes of mortality, nature, change, and solidarity lit up the screens at the annual Park City fest.