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Thirteen-year-old Kayla endures the tidal wave of suburban adolescence as she makes her way through the last week of middle school in 'Eighth Grade'.

With the latest tactic to combat the Oscars's low ratings (cutting award presentations in favor of commercials), this year we’re asking: “Who cares?!”

With eighth grade being nothing but a faded memory for most of us, it can be easy to forget that it’s not as lit to be young as

Bo Burnham’s coming-of-age dramedy 'Eighth Grade' follows an eighth-grader – played by Elsie Fisher (McFarland) – who endures the tidal wave of contemporary suburban adolescence and thus struggles

As Sundance London 2018 came to a close last week, we’re looking at how the European edition presented the highlights of the mother festival in Park City, Utah.

Featuring UK premieres of some of the most highly anticipated independent movies of the year, the UK offshoot of Robert Redford’s Utah based film festival will be kicking

Whether you’re travelling over to Blighty to catch the hottest new indie flicks making their premiere at the UK’s capital or you’re just a cinephile who likes to

The lineup for the SXSW festival has been announced, and as one might expect, it’s stacked full of must-see feature films and TV shows. While there are a

January’s Sundance Film Festival has finally announced its lineup: the 2018 catalog of both American and international film is packed full of a variety of stories from documentaries