The ruminative documentary “All Light, Everywhere” explores how police body cams and aerial surveillance are bringing Big Brother to Baltimore.
Natalia Winkelman is an entertainment writer pursuing a master’s degree in Cultural Reporting and Criticism from New York University.
The tense Sundance psychodrama “John and the Hole” focuses on a somber 13-year-old who lives out a fantasy of independence by dumping his family underground with no escape.
The new doc “Underplayed,” premiering at TIFF, probes gender inequality in the EDM scene via interviews with trailblazing artists like Rezz, TOKiMONSTA, and Alison Wonderland.
The winsome Sundance documentary “The Truffle Hunters” follows a band of men, and their trusty canines, as they ferret out precious truffles in Northern Italy.
The Sundance documentary “The Mole Agent” follows an 83-year-old man who goes “undercover” in a retirement home to investigate mistreatment.
The lyrical French Sundance indie “Jumbo” focuses on a little-known condition called objectophilia in which people develop romantic feelings for inanimate objects.
In Showtime’s new docuseries “Love Fraud,” women band together to track down a conman who swept them off their feet before stealing their money, identities, and dignity.
Coming off a buzzy starring role in the Toronto Film Festival’s “How to Build a Girl,” the “Booksmart” breakout is ready to graduate to the meatiest roles of her career.
“Uncut Gems,” the frenzied jeweler drama from the Safdie brothers, proves that Adam Sandler has much more left in him than recent movies like “Murder Mystery” made it seem.
The Ansel Elgort-starring adaptation of Donna Tartt’s bestselling novel ranks among the worst movies to premiere at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival.