Cusp – Sundance 2021 Review

TW: Discussion of Sexual Assault, Abuse, Rape Parker Hill and Isabel Bethencourt’s Cusp is a difficult film to talk about. This is mostly because it’s a difficult film to watch in truth. Chronicling a summer in the lives of three Texan teenage girls on the precipice of adulthood, Autumn, Brittney, and Aaloni, the Hill and Parker’s vérité style documentary follows the girls as they navigate … Continue reading Cusp – Sundance 2021 Review

Wild Indian – BFI London Film Festival Review

By Jordan King In his feature directorial debut Wild Indian, premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, writer-director Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr. reimagines the Biblical tale of Cain and Abel as a contemporary tale of two Ojibwean men whose lives are overshadowed and overrun by an act of extreme violence committed in their youth. We first meet Makwa (Phoenix Wilson) and Ted’o (Julian Gopal) as two … Continue reading Wild Indian – BFI London Film Festival Review