Based on the novella by Nella Larson, “Passing” follows the lives of two Black women living in the 1920s who reunite after years of living separate, wildly different lives.
Jane Campion directs an ode to the vulnerability and complexity of the American Wild West in her film ‘The Power of the Dog.’
Watching ‘The French Dispatch’ leaves you with the same feeling as after you finish reading an issue of the NY-based magazine a little confused but also completely in awe.
The film documents the life of Lou Reed, the frontman of the band and a Syracuse alum, and violinist John Cale who started the Velvet Underground.
Ajitpal Singh’s debut film is inspired by his defiant, headstrong mother.
Filmed over seven years, “Belly of the Beast” reveals the corrupt incarceration system and treatment of women.
The film offers an authentic examination of the transgender community through a glimpse at famed jazz musician and transgender icon Billy Tipton.
The movie adaptation of the acclaimed Broadway musical is flawed but powerful.
The “metafictional” account of St. Vincent’s musical career starring the musician and friend Carrie Brownstein fell flat in its delivery.
“Mank” leads the Oscar nominations with 10, after a tumultuous year for the movie industry results in the most diverse Oscars ever.