Art as empathy, art as remembrance. This documentary is a gift of kindness.
A fitting story for the season's celebration of horror.
A pretty, but empty, exploration of 9/11's aftermath.
An intimate look at the magic of cinematography.
The power of arts education in low-income communities.
Sadness and drugs don't always mix.
A wondrous documentary between the click of lights and the start of dreams.
A frustratingly superficial look at a criminal justice concern.
Art as memory.
A heartfelt indie drama with a great performance by J.K. Simmons.
Live, die, repeat. Unimaginatively. For 96 minutes.
A haunting examination of folklore and isolation.
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