The winner of the 2023 Cannes Short Film Palme d’Or is a colourful orgy of ennui and desire.
‘A’ is for ‘Aaaaah!’ in this wild and zany schoolyard romp.
Forms collide in this assorted collection of visual storytelling.
Relive the most thrilling moments of Australia’s beloved tennis tournament in this chronicle of its ascent to top-seed status on the global stage.
A bachelor party takes a feral turn in this genre-defying debut from an exciting new Australian directing duo.
A charming character study about love, liberty and the pursuit of forbidden fruit, set in the Georgian countryside.
This Cannes-winning blend of documentary and fiction is an intoxicating portrait of the Indigenous Krahô people and their unwavering resistance.
Deep in the US’s Catskill Mountains of the 50s and 60s sat a refuge for transgender women and cross-dressing men to experience life without fear.
A dark trip through the psychic soup, where the observer becomes the observed.
A bizarre, imaginative and unforgettable animation from the legendary Estonian studio Nukufilm.
After being attacked outside a London nightclub, a drag queen decides to turn the tables in this Hitchcockian queer noir.
Three children spread their wings as they farewell their parents and enter a boarding school for students who are blind or have low vision.
This multi-award-winning interactive VR experience shows the rise and fall of an entire civilisation.
From Sundance comes a visceral and discombobulating depiction of a classroom crush.
A touching and evocative portrait of postwar trauma in a country desperate to move on from its past.
A sun-drenched, hormone-laden trip of teenage kicks turns dark in this compellingly contemporary navigation of sexual politics.
A harrowing yet hypnotic true story from the frontline of North America’s abortion debates, told through hallucinatory episodes.
First-time director Hsieh Wen-Yee presents a surreal trip through a post-apocalyptic Taiwan.
An unprecedented and enlightening chance to witness the world through an autistic child’s eyes.
The winner of Venice’s Best Immersive Experience award remembers Taiwan’s political detainees.
A dazzling 4K restoration of Taiwanese auteur Hou Hsiao-hsien’s sensual 2001 tale of an adrift bar hostess at the turn of the millennium.
The cyclical rhythms of a couple’s routines reach claustrophobic heights.
Get lost with three women as they wander a town on the outskirts of Tokyo, whose discombobulating architecture mirrors the vastness of life.
The hauntings of the Sri Lankan Civil War are explored with quiet, incisive force in this Rotterdam Special Jury Prize winner.
An ingenious and ethereal animation that combines puppetry and photography.
From its Clermont-Ferrand premiere comes a mythic fable exploring memory and nostalgia.
A quest for personal and national healing, based on the experiences of a Khmer Rouge survivor.
In this affecting Melbourne-set queer drama, a teenager’s coming of age is complicated by an unexpected sexual awakening.
An immersive fairytale whose everyday heroes are mothers and children in Italian prisons.
A depressed young man must face his intrusive thoughts in lurid colour.
What dark secrets are hidden out back, in this stylish and metaphorical mystery?
When the laws of time and space are turned topsy-turvy, what would you give up for one last moment with a lost love?
From the team behind epic environmental VR installation Gondwana comes an intimate experience of (mis)perception.
Activist and filmmaker George Gittoes follows the frontline artists daring to stand up to the Russian invasions of Ukraine and Afghanistan.