Four of our top picks for flicks showing at this year’s festival
If you see only one film at the festival this year, make it this opening-night documentary about high school science prodigies. Director and Milwaukee native Cristina Costantini wowed audiences at
Sundance earlier this year.
The Little Woods
Set in a fracking boomtown in South Dakota, this harrowing drama by first-time filmmaker Nia DaCosta follows the story of two down-and-out sisters struggling to save their mother’s home
The three teenage subjects of this documentary are committed to coaching every member of their Brooklyn high school class through
the college application process.
German auteur Christian Petzold’s
film about the horrors of the Holocaust is so shocking because it’s set in contemporary Europe, drawing easy parallels between past and present human