Screened at Cannes in 2021, this psychological crime thriller pushes genre into daring territory and heralds a major new Chinese filmmaking talent.
A collection of the best short films of the festival, as chosen by the MIFF Shorts Awards Jury and the MIFF Shorts Programmer.
Aubrey Plaza plays a woman with nothing to lose in this thriller about the late-capitalist lines some are willing to cross for the American Dream.
Lav Diaz explores mid-20th-century Philippine history through this rare venture into genre: a finely tuned black comedy.
This Cannes Leitz Cine Discovery Prize winner is a dizzying tale of a parachuting father and son from Portuguese director João Gonzalez (Nestor).
The Killing of Two Lovers director Robert Machoian returns with a slow-burning study of performative masculinity and its associated dangers.
In this daring and delirious ode to Philippine cinema, fiction clashes with reality and an elderly filmmaker becomes the hero of her own life.
It launched Mel Gibson and George Miller, and was, for two decades, the world’s most profitable movie. Mad Max is a dead-set Melbourne-made classic.
No flinching: here comes the unfettered concluding instalment of the manic yakuza trilogy that only Takashi Miike can deliver.
An honest man in a corrupt border village fatefully agrees to one last job, leading to a showdown during the local pagan carnival.
Explore a dystopic, steampunk world in this exhilarating 360-degree experience.
Explosive action, supernatural horror and subversive politics collide in this Senegalese film about mercenaries marooned in a spooky coastal paradise.
Eastern European weirdness and rubbery surrealism abound in your everyday story about a boy who transforms into a car tyre.