• One More Time with Feeling

    One More Time with Feeling

    Andrew Dominik’s deeply personal documentary—his first with music legend Nick Cave—cracks open to reveal the fresh and tender underside of grief. Amid a kaleidoscopic collage of cinematic tricks, Cave’s hardened star persona starts to peel away, leaving us as witnesses to an unforgettable encounter.

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  • Entertainment


    Referencing his iconic Neil Hamburger character, Gregg Turkington is a beautiful trainwreck of a comedian in Rick Alverson’s dark parable on the entertainment industry. Featuring a stellar cast including John C. Reilly, this Lynchian road trip to nowhere extracts humor out of misery—and vice versa.

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  • Sharp Stick

    Sharp Stick

    Sarah Jo is a naive 26-year-old living on the fringes of Hollywood with her mother (longing for money) and sister (longing for exposure.) She just longs to be seen. When she begins an affair with her older employer, she is thrust into an education on sexuality, loss, and power.

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  • Holy Emy

    Holy Emy

    A sumptuous and chilling debut, Araceli Lemos’s powerful portrait of sisterhood blends mysticism and Cronenbergian horror to examine ideas of Otherness in Greek society. With its infinite capacity for transformation, the female body is portrayed as a site of both beauty and subversive monstrosity.

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  • Ali & Ava

    Ali & Ava

    A shared love of music ignites sparks between Ali and Ava. Ali finds comfort in Ava’s warmth and kindness while Ava finds Ali’s complexity and humour irresistible. They have to find a way to keep their newfound passion being overshadowed by the stresses of their separate histories.

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  • Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands

    Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands

    Sônia Braga skyrocketed from Brazilian soap star to national deity following the release of Bruno Barreto’s DONA FLOR AND HER TWO HUSBANDS, a sensual and darkly comedic tale of female desire and liberation. 

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  • Ichi the Killer

    Ichi the Killer

    Following the needling horrors of Audition, Takashi Miike cemented his reputation for gonzo extremity with this provocative manga adaptation. With an iconic antagonist in Tadanobu Asano, Ichi the Killer is an irrepressibly kinetic and genuinely subversive ode to “the greatest pervert of all!”

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  • Los conductos

    Los conductos

    After several astonishing shorts, Camilo Restrepo’s feature debut confirms him as a visionary filmmaker. This nocturnal punk western is a hallucinatory descent into the catacombs of Colombia’s relationship with violence: Los Conductos doesn’t hide its anger, but rather turns it into visceral cinema.

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  • Adolescents


    Much like Boyhood, Sébastien Lifshitz artfully embeds the process of growing up into this award-winning documentary, which deftly chronicles the lives of two teenage girls over five years. A poignant look at the bliss and agony of teenage girlhood and the forks in the path of coming of age.

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  • By the Grace of God

    By the Grace of God

    While seemingly an outlier in the filmography of a director best known for his psychosexual thrillers, this scathing indictment of the Catholic church carries the riveting energy of his best genre work. Fast-paced and stunningly acted, By the Grace of God hurtles toward its damning revelations.

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  • Drug War

    Drug War

    An edge-of-your-seat police procedural from Johnnie To, this relentlessly exciting thriller finds the genre maestro operating at the top of his game. Barely pausing for breath in its cat-and-mouse rampage through a morally-skewed universe, Drug War is a masterclass in action staging and efficiency.

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  • Attenberg


    Athina Rachel Tsangari fulfils the promise of the Greek New Wave with this unclassifiably weird and provocative sophomore feature. A deadpan, off-kilter look at familial disfunction, estrangement, and sexual inexperience, Attenberg doubles up as state-of-the nation commentary on modern Greece.

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