Director Anna Biller creates lavishly production-designed fantasias that enact nightmares of the feminine imagination.
Chloé Zhao’s portrait of van-dwellers offers a poignant look at alternative ways of living.
The first film from Georgian filmmaker Dea Kulumbegashvili is a harrowing examination of extremism.
Heidi Ewing uses fiction and documentary to tell the story of a gay couple in Mexico.
This 1933 French coming-of-age classic is as rebellious as ever in its anti-authority fantasy.
Allison Chhorn works through her grief via the healing rituals of physical labor in this personal documentary.
Matías Piñeiro’s loose reinvention of 'Measure for Measure' is a meditation on uncertainty and subjectivity.
Tsai Ming-liang and muse Lee Kang-sheng make something beautiful out of routines.
Philippe Lacôte’s sophomore feature is a striking work steeped in West African lore.
Pedro Almodóvar’s latest, formed around monologues by a self-isolating Tilda Swinton, is a feast for the eyes and ears.
Heinz Emigholz takes us on a journey through five cities and life’s biggest questions.