Apr. 18, 2018

‘I Am Evidence’ brings prominence of untested rape kits to light

_I Am Evidence_ educates viewers on the different challenges rape victims face in modern America.

Apr. 18, 2018

‘António e Catarina’ captures immortality of attraction

Cristina Hanes rewrites the rules of affection in “António e Catarina,” which follows her own fraught relationship with Augusto Manuel.

Mar. 19, 2018

‘Gabriel and the Mountain’ director discusses his first True/False film

Director Fellipe Barbosa explains the process of shooting a personal film about a lost friend.

Mar. 18, 2018

‘Shirkers’ proves thrilling and heartfelt at True/False

“Shirkers” tells the story of Sandi Tan and her friends making a movie and then rediscovering stolen footage 25 years later.

Mar. 16, 2018

‘Primas’ offers on-screen healing

With the rise of #MeToo and Time’s Up, the film offers an important reminder that sexual assault is a global problem.

Mar. 12, 2018

‘Gabriel and the Mountain’ explores a subtle way to talk about death

The last days of Gabriel Buchmann, a Brazilian backpacker, are recreated in this True/False film.

Mar. 12, 2018

Grace Jones’ vulnerability showcased in new documentary

The documentary shown at True/False Film Fest wonderfully captures the complicated and genuine persona of the ‘70s singer.

Mar. 12, 2018

‘Our New President’ confronts the “fake news” epidemic

A collection of Russian state-controlled media and home video clips, this satirical movie is an absurdist view on how Trump became president.

Mar. 08, 2018

“Shakedown” is an intense, emotional glimpse into a hidden world

Leilah Weinraub’s immersive film about an underground LA strip club is a joyride.

Mar. 08, 2018

‘The Price of Everything’ takes a deeper look into art, luxury and commerce

“The Price of Everything” interviews influential artists, curators, collectors and art historians who share their opinions and experiences with the wealth of art.

Mar. 08, 2018

‘The Next Guardian’ exceeds expectations with beautiful themes

‘The Next Guardian’ exceeds expectations with beautiful themes

Mar. 08, 2018

True/False film ‘América’ unveils familial complexities

_América_ captures the complexities and genuinity that come with family and caretaking.

Mar. 08, 2018

True/False review: Chloé Zhao’s ‘The Rider’ skews a classical redemption story

Sony Pictures Classics is planning an April 13 release for the Independent Spirit award-winning film that screened at various locations in Columbia over the weekend.

Mar. 08, 2018

“Lovers of the Night’ finds beauty in the heart of monks

How to see life and love in everything the world offers is just one glittering aspect of “Lovers of the Night” by Anna Frances.

Oct. 31, 2017

Citizen Jane discusses different backgrounds through short film program “Intersection”

The film festival showed short films highlighting race, sexuality and stereotypes Saturday.

Oct. 31, 2017

‘LIYANA’ receives high praise at Citizen Jane Film Festival

The documentary redefines bravery with the powers of feminism.

Oct. 24, 2017

The Citizen Jane Film Festival brings female film directors to the forefront

Features programmer Donna Kozloskie: “It’s like a little home for filmmakers and students who want to come and interact.”

Apr. 17, 2017

Run, don’t Skywalk, to these five answers for your ‘Last Jedi’ questions

Don't call me a mindless philosopher, you overweight glob of grease.

Jan. 25, 2017

‘La La Land’ is the perfect film for ‘the fools who dream’

Director Damien Chazelle stuns with great music and an incredible story, and he deserves the accolades.

Nov. 13, 2016

‘To Keep the Light’ illuminates the story of the silent worker

The film shown at Citizen Jane Film Festival brings the lives of female lighthouse workers in the 1870s into the spotlight.