I Am Not A Serial Killer

Studio: IFC Midnight
Directed by Billy O'Brien

Aug 25, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

I Am Not a Serial Killer shines in its exploration of what it is like to live with inclinations you wish you didn’t have but find it increasingly hard to fight. More

Mon Roi (My King)

Studio: Film Movement
Directed by Maiwenn

Aug 24, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

My King is a film about love as an individual experience.  More

The Intervention

Studio: Samuel Goldwyn Films
Directed by Clea DuVall

Aug 23, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Clea DuVall’s directorial debut contains more than one intervention. More

Kate Plays Christine

Studio: Grasshopper Film
Directed by Robert Greene

Aug 22, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Robert Greene’s documentary follows actress Kate Lyn Sheil as she travels to Florida to research and prepare for a role as Christine Chubbuck. More


Studio: Lionsgate Premiere
Directed by Daniel Ragussis

Aug 18, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Daniel Radcliffe endeavors to inhabit the challenging role of Nate Foster, a green federal agent who becomes embedded in the world of rural american white supremacy. More

Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World

Studio: Magnolia Pictures
Directed by Werner Herzog

Aug 16, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

In his new documentary about the pervasiveness of the Internet in modern society, Werner Herzog employs his familiar unfiltered treatment of subject matter. More

Kubo and the Two Strings

Studio: Focus Features
Directed by Travis Knight

Aug 15, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Those of you from my approximate group—we’ll call ourselves ‘80s kids—will remember a time when our favorite children’s films were watched through cracks between our fingers.  More


Studio: Sundance Selects
Directed by Alice Winocour

Aug 12, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Alice Winocour’s story of an army veteran with PTSD hired to serve as bodyguard to a wealthy man’s wife and son while he is away on business. More

The Dwarvenaut

Studio: filmbuff
Directed by Josh Bishop

Aug 11, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Crafting a relatable image of a die-hard role playing game enthusiast can be a challenging task but that is the cinematic gauntlet director Josh Bishop snatched up when he began his latest documentary, The DwarvenautMore