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.
Paul Verhoeven’s first feature in ten years is a brutal film that offers its audience an intelligent, unconventional treatment of contemporary social taboos.
The final chapter in Andrew Wiseman’s documentary trilogy is a powerful film about the unique challenges that come with caring for a child born with a complex intellectual disability decades on.
The feature debut of Turkish director Can Evrenol turns the corruptions of masculinity into a brutal and meaningful horror tale.
The latest long-form documentary from Frederick Wiseman examines a multi-cultural Queens borough with breath-taking eloquence and joy.
THITHI follows hot on the heels of COURT (SFF 2015) as a minimalist gem that uses absurdity and a non-professional cast to reveal the struggles of postcolonial India.
The latest feature-length hangout from Richard Linklater, EVERYBODY WANTS SOME!!, is a generous, congenial study on male competitiveness and the thrill of youth.
TONI ERDMANN cements Maren Ade as one of the great talents in cinema today – a beautifully subtle, raucously funny film of patience and precision.
NO HOME MOVIE is one of the director’s highest achievements; an incredibly moving portrait forged out of the painful vestiges of passing time.