This new documentary presents a history of the Israeli-Palestinia conflict.
This documentary explores not only the family business, but also the relationships that the public doesn’t usually get to see.
A black-and-white picture of hitchhiking teens and nostalgia.
Terrence Malick creates a beautiful, restless collage in his newest film.
Raoul Peck’s Oscar-nominated documentary focuses on James Baldwin’s part in the civil rights movement.
Life, humour, and a case for Europe.
Dissociative identity disorder and kidnapping take centre stage in this new horror movie.
Oh The Times They…Aren’t Changing
This dialogue-less animation can teaches us about why life is special.
I Am Michael follows a young gay man in his transition from a fast life of activism to a life of self-denial.
The Jackie Kennedy biopic is carried by the outstanding acting.
Pablo Larraín’s latest follows a police officer as he chases down renowned poet and communist Pablo Neruda.
Great cinematography, but a confused plot.
Great performances and visuals in this new thriller.
A woman standing up against a greedy corporation is played superbly by Sofia Braga.
Kenneth Lonergan’s new film brings you into the characters’ everyday tragedy.
The story of the news reporter who took her own life on live television is told in Antonio Campos’ new film.
This coming-of-age film is a must-see.
The festival opened with Issa Ibrahim’s film Patient Rites.
This documentary sheds light on the jihadist movement present in Pakistan and how young people are being affected.