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‘Best Summer Ever’: Film Review | SXSW 2021

Boy meets girl in this high school musical with an emphasis on inclusivity, directed by Michael Parks Randa and Lauren Smitelli.

‘Here Before’: Film Review | SXSW 2021

Andrea Riseborough stars as a mother living in a Belfast suburb who becomes obsessed with the little girl next door in writer-director Stacey Gregg's feature debut.

‘Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry’: Film Review

Singer-songwriter Billie Eilish and her family are followed over the course of several years for this Apple TV+ documentary, written and directed by R.J. Cutler ('The September Issue').

‘Music’: Film Review

Kate Hudson, Maddie Ziegler and Leslie Odom Jr. star in a musical fantasy, directed by Australian pop star Sia, about a nonverbal girl and her sister.

Best Films From Sundance 2021: Hollywood Reporter Critics Pick 15 Favorites

A crowd-pleaser about a majority-deaf family, a drama about race in 1920s Harlem and docs about COVID-19, ‘Black Woodstock’ and the underwater photographer behind…

‘Users’: Film Review | Sundance 2021

Filmmaker Natalia Almada's latest documentary offers an oneiric mix of imagery from intimate moments with young children to bird's eye views of various landscapes.

‘Mayday’: Film Review | Sundance 2021

Grace Van Patten, Mia Goth, Soko and Juliette Lewis play a team of women luring men to their deaths in debut director Karen Cinorre's fantasy feature.

‘Pleasure’: Film Review | Sundance 2021

Sofia Kappel stars as a young Swedish woman keen to break into the adult film industry in Los Angeles in Ninja Thyberg's feature debut.

‘Bring Your Own Brigade’: Film Review | Sundance 2021

Writer-director Lucy Walker casts an immigrant's eye over California's catastrophic wildfires for this essayistic documentary.

‘Censor’: Film Review | Sundance 2021

Niamh Algar stars as a film censor in 1980s Britain who gets a little too dedicated to her job in director Prano Bailey-Bond's debut feature.

‘The Stand In’: Film Review

Drew Barrymore stars in 'The Stand In' as both a famous comic actor and her on-set substitute in this comedy directed by Jamie Babbit.

‘Audrey’: Film Review

Deploying a mix of film excerpts, interviews and audio clips of the star herself, 'Audrey' pays tribute to eternal movie icon Audrey Hepburn.