Directed by Alan Yang of ‘Master of None,’ ‘Tigertail’ is hampered by an unwillingness to scratch the surface of the deeper issues surrounding the immigrant experience in America.
‘Blow a Man Down’ introduces new filmmaking voices against the backdrop of New England squalls and suspicion.
‘The Banker’ is more concerned with driving home a political message than telling a story.
Stella Meghie’s ‘The Photograph’ is a refreshing departure from tired conventions of the romantic movie genre.
‘Knives Out’ pushes the boundaries of modern cinema and offers a fresh take on the classic murder mystery.