Sollers Point

Studio: Oscilloscope
Directed by Matthew Porterfield

May 22, 2018 Cinema Web Exclusive

Sollers Point is a highly contemplative work void of distinct protestations, allowing its everyday challenges to speak volumes as to the disposition of human beings. More

Saving Brinton

Studio: Barn Owl Pictures
Directed by Tommy Haines & Andrew Sherburne

May 16, 2018 Cinema Web Exclusive

Michael Zahs is a true original: a passionate archivist with an encyclopedic knowledge of old silent movies, magic lanterns, and Iowan lore. More


Studio: Greenwich Entertainment
Directed by Jennifer Peedom

May 14, 2018 Cinema Web Exclusive

Mountain is a uniquely stunning document, defined by its sublime beauty, cautious reverence, and musical resplendence. More


Studio: Kino Lorber
Directed by Tony Zierra

May 11, 2018 Cinema Web Exclusive

There’s something that’s deeply compelling about people who walk away from success. More


Studio: RLJE Films
Directed by Vaughn Stein

May 10, 2018 Cinema Web Exclusive

Terminal is a commendable calling card of what the new director can visually do. Too bad it didn’t have more going on at its core. More


Studio: Shudder & NEON
Directed by Coralie Fargeat

May 09, 2018 Cinema Web Exclusive

Revenge is the kind of film that knows what it excels at. More

Strangers on Earth

Studio: First Run Features
Directed by Tristan Cook

May 04, 2018 Cinema Web Exclusive

Between Saint Jean Pied de Port in France and Spain’s Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia lies 500 miles of sacred foot traffic. Known as the Camino de Santiago, pilgrims from around the world search for meaning, miracles, and God while walking the long trail that takes them to the shrine dedicated to the apostle Saint James the Great. More


Studio: Magnolia Pictures
Directed by Julie Cohen and Betsy West

May 02, 2018 Cinema Web Exclusive

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, second woman ever confirmed as a Supreme Court justice, is a progressive icon.  More

The Rachel Divide

Studio: Netflix
Directed by Laura Brownson

Apr 27, 2018 Cinema Web Exclusive

This documentary follows Dolezal and her family around for months after the 2015 revelation that Dolezal, the N.A.A.C.P. chapter president of Spokane, Wash., was actually a white woman claiming to be African-American. More