Blake Williams returns to MIFF with a stereoscopic 3D piece that collapses time, distance and intimacy.
The intricacies of a moment of connection are dwelt on in this meditative examination of male desire by Tsai Ming-liang.
IFFR Tiger Award winner Daïchi Saïto presents an absorbing, otherworldly study of our planet.
Remembrance blooms in this New York Film Festival–premiering avant-garde short.
Shot on cold-hued 16mm, this mournful, restless ode to Hong Kong sketches the city’s fragile present and indefinite future.
Kevin Jerome Everson’s camera dances with a rollerskater in this mesmerising exercise in fluidity and embeddedness.
Routine is the only thing keeping Nestor afloat.
Join a demon, a puppy and a rat in this stop-motion headtrip about a mysterious, magically summoned apple tree.
Stuck in a holding pattern, two men attempt to break the cycle.
Siegfried A. Fruhauf returns with a dazzlingly abstracted Rorschach-like lightshow.
Peter Tscherkassky pays homage to avant-garde filmmaker Kurt Kren, his own film L’arrivée and the cinema’s original muse in this Cannes Directors’ Fortnight selection.
Dianna Barrie and Richard Tuohy present a lo-fi 3D film captured in the crushing shadow of volcanoes.
A ruminative film on the interplay between bovine lives and human consumption.