by Tim Gordon
Rediscover classic works of independent cinema as the Sundance Film Festival presents films from the vaults of the Sundance Collection at UCLA. Formed in partnership with UCLA Film & Television Archive, and growing through the support of donors, the collection now contains more than 2,000 films.
A young, Black performance poet is imprisoned for a petty pot crime in a D.C. prison, but it’s where he finds salvation in his rhymes. A celebration of the spoken word through sublime poetry, heart-wrenching realism, and the redemptive power of art.
The Doom Generation
Jordan White and Amy Blue, two disenfranchised suburban teens, pick up a mysterious drifter, Xavier Red. Together, the trio embarks on a sex-filled joyride through a surreal American wasteland of QuickieMarts and ultraviolence.