The most anticipated new works from some of the world’s most revered auteurs, presented alongside exciting new talents.
Turkish auteur Nuri Bilge Ceylan (The Wild Pear Tree) presents an ambitious epic of maladjusted male ego.
Bristling with emotional depth, this Palme d’Or–winning courtroom drama puts the complexities of a relationship on trial.
In Jessica Hausner’s bold satire, a charismatic teacher convinces her teenage students that disordered eating can produce many kinds of enlightenment.
Tilda Swinton and Tilda Swinton star in Joanna Hogg’s Gothic coda to her two Souvenir films, executive-produced by Martin Scorsese.
A pope’s audacious act tears the Catholic Church and all of Italy apart in this gripping true story.
A preternaturally skilled archaeologist goes on an Orphean quest for his lost love in Alice Rohrwacher’s latest and most romantically bewitching film.
Catherine Breillat (Abuse of Weakness) returns with a daring portrait of a woman’s intimate relationship with her teen stepson, starring Léa Drucker.
Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman team up in Todd Haynes’s perfectly camp melodrama that dredges up a sexual scandal.
Hirokazu Kore-eda’s tender answer to the question ‘Who’s the monster?’, awarded Best Screenplay and the Queer Palm at Cannes, will melt your heart.
What if the lover who never was is ‘the one’? This swooning romance follows a Korean woman whose heart is torn by the road not taken.
In this triumphant return to narrative film, Wim Wenders tackles life’s little details – mess and all – with his trademark meditative movement.
As much an ode to the daily creative grind as it is to the creative partnership between director Kelly Reichardt and actor Michelle Williams.