Sundance 2022- “The Mission” Lifts the Veil on Your Friendly Neighborhood Mormon Missionary: Film Review

If you’ve lived anywhere long enough, you have likely seen two respectable and well-dressed young adults walking the streets, literally going door to door with their gospel. Multitudes of people ignore these individuals without so much as a second thought. Tania Anderson’s The Mission however is such an intimate portrait of LDS missionaries that afterContinue reading “Sundance 2022- “The Mission” Lifts the Veil on Your Friendly Neighborhood Mormon Missionary: Film Review”

Sundance 2022- “Huella” Is A Jaw-Dropping Journey Through Grief: Film Capsule Review

There is often the sentiment that short films either overstay their welcome or are too brief to make an impact. However, Gabriela Ortega’s Huella should be the poster child for a perfectly timed short feature. Huella tells a fascinating tale of overcoming grief that is experimental enough to be unique while still being narratively cohesive.Continue reading “Sundance 2022- “Huella” Is A Jaw-Dropping Journey Through Grief: Film Capsule Review”

22 Films You Need to Watch at Sundance 2022: Festival Preview

While many are in the throes of holiday preparations and catching up on all the films they may have missed throughout the year, Park City is preparing cinema fans for another year of incredible independent films. The line up for the 2022 edition of Sundance Film Festival (January 20-30, 2022) has just been released andContinue reading “22 Films You Need to Watch at Sundance 2022: Festival Preview”