From Fantasia Fest 2020, this adaptation of an early ‘70s manga is darkly seductive, but gets a bit lost in the shadows.
These shorts use digital renderings and uncanny landscapes to start to strip away our humanity and demand action to restore it.
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.