Review: Tulsa (2020)

‘Tulsa’ tells the story of a broken man who’s about to give up when suddenly he must become a father to a small but spirited girl he didn’t know existed.

Review: Shooting Heroin (2020)

‘Shooting Heroin’ is the legendary story of a town and its members, who decide to act when a opioid epidemic becomes lethally unstoppable.

Review: The Racer (2020)

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In the Tour de France’s infamous Ireland stage in 1998, a struggling cyclist makes his way into the imminent end of his career. ‘The Racer’ is one cool ride.

Review: L’Autre (2020)

‘L’Autre’ tells the story of Marie, a grief stricken woman who decides to isolate herself from the rest of the world when her father suddenly dies, only to find love in the oddest of moments.

Review: IRL (2019)

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‘IRL’ tells the story of Ian, an artist with no success in his work and his love life, until a dating app connects him with the love of his life. The only problem is she’s really far away from him.

Review: Chasing Einstein (2020)

‘Chasing Einstein’ takes us into the world of physics and the brilliant scientists who everyday try to challenge or prove Einstein’s fundamental theory of gravity.

Review: Spark: A Burning Man Story (2013)

Spark: A Burning Man Story tells the intimate story behind the festival, its creators, its contributors and the events that finally take place every year in the middle of nowhere.

Review: The Babysitter: Killer Queen (2020)

The Babysitter: Killer Queen muestra que las segundas partes no siempre son mejores. Esta vez hay un intento fresco, y que al menos sirve para entretenernos un poco, y ver de nuevo a quienes extrañamos.

Review: Spree (2020)

Spree nos presenta a Kurt, un fracasado en el mundo virtual. Para esto recurre a un acto inesperado y trata ganar los seguidores que necesita.