The Long Season captures the state of suspension experienced in a Syrian refugee camp in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley with nuance and care, with a pronounced focus on the community’s day-to-day life in the camp.
Amat Escalante threads political critique into an inventive landscape of erotic horror, crafting a tense interpersonal fable underpinned by a stark sense of social realism.
Raoul Peck’s biopic treads with caution, but despite its flaws it’s an accessible, gripping introduction to it subject.
The new film from Lav Diaz breaks from the traditions of his previous work in many ways, resulting in one of his strongest works to date.
THE ORNITHOLOGIST is one of Joao Pedro Rodrigues’ most conceptually impressive films, cementing him as one of Portugal’s most captivating filmmakers.
BANGKOK NITES certifies Katsuya Tomita as one of Japan’s most important filmmakers working today, as a winding, layered, and thought-provoking meditation on history and identity.
Anocha Suwichakornpong’s first feature since her 2009 debut MUNDANE HISTORY is a compelling portrayal of creative process and the inability to transcend Earthly limitations.
CORRESPONDÊNCIAS is an alluring look at epistolary intimacies, that unfortunately alienates in its obtuseness and length.
SCARRED HEARTS is a poignant reflection on the life and writings of Romanian author Max Blecher, and the latest testament to Radu Jude’s strength as a filmmaker.
WET WOMAN IN THE WIND is an amusing, uncomfortable, and divisive revitalisation of Nikkatsu’s roman porno genre.