Sundance Institute showcases bold, independent storytelling at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, beginning with today’s announcement of feature films selected across all categories. Read the full list of films here.
It’s hard to imagine a better send-off for the late Harry Dean Stanton than this film, in which he portrays an old cuss living in a tiny desert town who must come to terms with his mortality. Read the full review here.
Rarely will images of mighty concrete and stone dwellings set against tranquil waters or a gentle spring shower resonate so powerfully as those on display every day in the southern Indiana city of Columbus, captured so breathtakingly in the film that bears its name.. Read the full review here.
Author: Stephanie Merry
The director’s greatest strength lies in creating a mood. Columbus is melancholy without being morose, and talky without forced cleverness. The drama is a realistic and methodical meditation on family obligation, personal sacrifice and — of course — the power of architecture. That makes Columbus as lovely to look at as it is to ponder. Read the full review here.