Steve McQueen captures love with ingenuity in his latest.
Weird Weekend 2019 presents two subversive films about teenagerdom from 1990s DIY filmmaker Sarah Jacobson.
Sarah Bolger gives a powerful performance in Abner Pastoll's new film.
Director Alexandre Franchi casts people with facial disfigurements to remind us of society's obsession with beauty.
Deadcon fails to utilize its contemporary gimmick.
Paddy Murphy blends social issues with horror in a film that will add to the discussion surrounding abortion rights.
Lucky McKee returns with another female-centric horror as Kindred Spirits has its European premiere at FrightFest.
Eric Pennycoff's debut feature is a decent slow-burn that doesn't take itself too seriously – but there's something missing.
Canadian director Chad Archibald delivers a heartfelt blend of genres in his newest horror film.
Tigers Are Not Afraid does things quite differently as Lopez builds a fantastical yet touching story of resilient children that is inspiring and beautiful in tone and aesthetics.
"Weathering With You" operates in the realms of high melodrama, where feelings dictate the story and love always triumphs.