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The 2023 Sundance Film Festival officially continues through Sunday, but for most intents and purposes it’s a wrap. Our critic writes about Infinity Pool, Rotting in the Sun, Eileen, The Starling Girl, My Animal, Talk to Me, Fremont, and Kim’s Video.
As its title implies, Yelling Fire in an Empty Theater captures the drama, chaos and compass-spinning search for purpose that consumes the life of its …
Streaming free on Fandor this month, Akiko Ohku’s 2017 feature TREMBLE ALL YOU WANT revels in oddball digressions and dream-like funk in a way that occurs so much less in mainstream American rom-coms, which rarely divert from the time-shackled rigors of extremely familiar plot mechanics.
Now streaming exclusively on Fandor, the genderqueer body-swap comedy HOMEBODY is the debut feature from writer-director Joseph Sackett, who took inspiration from his own childhood fantasies, applying a personal touch that is at once tenderly observant of its young protagonist’s imaginative landscape and alert to all the manic possibilities suggested by the premise.