The life of a jealous husband spins out of control when his wife meets a slick Hollywood director. A myriad of characters soon joins the party, triggering a fateful chain of events. Winner of a special mention at the Venice Film Festival.
In the new autobiographical film by Alejandro Jodorowsky (The Holy Mountain), enthusiastically received at the last Cannes Festival, the young Alejandro decides to become a poet against his parents' wishes and delves into a poetic world of freedom, sensuality and madness.
In his 40th film, documentary giant Frederick Wiseman takes viewers to one of America's most ethnically and culturally diverse neighborhoods – Jackson Heights in Queens, New York- raising piercing questions on integration, assimilation, immigration and cultural and religious differences.
In his new film, screened at Sundance, documentary giant Werner Herzog explores the connected world and its effect on our minds and lives. Herzog's characteristic style and skepticism offer an amusing and insightful viewing experience.
Esteemed Filipino director Lav Diaz embarks on a journey into his homeland's elaborate history in this complex piece that offers a challenging yet uniquely rewarding, eight-hour-long viewing experience. Winner of the Alfred Bauer Award for opening new perspectives at the recent Berlinale.
The last film by the great Chantal Akerman, who passed away last October, is a demanding and touching documentary that follows the last months of her mother's life, revealing the deep and complex relationship between a mother and daughter.
Jim Jarmusch's new film fuses the poetic and the mundane. Adam Driver is a bus driver in a city that shares his name – Paterson. While driving, he listens to passengers' conversations and writes poetry. His wife, however, has higher aspirations.
The grand winner at Locarno brings two versions of the same chance encounter between a renowned director and a young female artist which turns into a romantic day together. Korean master Hong Sang-soo serves a clever and touching everyday tale.
A sardonic tale with outlandish characters is at the center of French master Bruno Dumont's latest film. Juliette Binoche, Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi and Fabrice Luchini lead a fantastic cast that successfully merges humor witha touch of the bizarre.
British master Terence Davies (The House of Mirth) adapts the classic novel about a girl growing up in rural Scotland in the shadow of the First World War. A breathtaking film of beauty and sensitivity.
By weaving together amateur footage and archival materials, acclaimed Ukrainian director Sergei Loznitsa returns to the "August Putsch", the failed coup d'etat staged by communist reactionaries in Moscow in 1991, that led to the collapse of the Soviet regime.
Otar Iosseliani's latest film is an acrobatic piece that incessantly shifts between stories, characters and eras. The Georgian-French maestro combines tragedy and comedy to produce an impressive piece that creates a new world while keeping an eye on our present reality.