Tag: IFC

Dear Santa Review

Dear Santa Review

'Dear Santa' shines a light on the 100-year-old 'Operation Santa' Program of the United States Postal Service. Each year, hundreds of thousands of letters to Santa arrive at Post Offices around the country. Through Operation Santa, the United States Postal Service makes it possible for the public to safely adopt these letters and make children's … Continue reading Dear Santa Review

Embattled Review

Embattled Review

Raised by an abusive father, Cash (Stephen Dorff) channels his aggression to become a World Champion MMA fighter. Now accustomed to wealth, adulation and global popularity, he faces a new challenge when his second son is born with Williams Syndrome. But this time, rather than stand and fight, he runs. While Cash continues to make … Continue reading Embattled Review

Kindred Review

A psychological thriller rippling with suspense, KINDRED follows vulnerable mother-to-be Charlotte (Tamara Lawrance) as she is taken in by her recently deceased boyfriend's mother (Fiona Shaw) and her stepson (Jack Lowden), who seem increasingly obsessed with her every move. Plagued by mysterious hallucinations, Charlotte's suspicions grow about Margaret and Thomas' intentions for her unborn child. … Continue reading Kindred Review

Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles Review

Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles Review

Documenting the collaboration between world renowned chef Yotam Ottolenghi (Jerusalem, Plenty) and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, this feature film follows five visionary pastry makers as they endeavor to construct an extravagant food gala based on the art exhibit "Visitors to Versailles." First, our movie kicks off with the foundation of the … Continue reading Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles Review

The Nest Review

The Nest Review

Life for an entrepreneur and his American family begin to take a twisted turn after moving into an English country manor. In the first place, we learn early on that this relationship isn't rainbows and butterflies, Rory (Jude Law) isn't happy with the current dynamic of where they are in life, and Allison (Carrie Coon) … Continue reading The Nest Review