From Cannes Critics’ Week comes a heartbreaking and unforgettably tender portrait of a six-year-old French girl’s bond with her Cape Verdean nanny.
A mix of sci-fi genre-bending and apocalyptic tension, this debut uses an alien invasion to peer across the stakes of faith and family in Morocco.
Franco-Senegalese director Ramata-Toulaye Sy’s first longform work is a haunting fable of star-cross’d lovers set in a rural village.
Franz Rogowski propels this mesmeric musing on wounded masculinity, which is ignited by French electro superstar Vitalic’s feverish soundtrack.
This delicate, absorbing portrait of motherhood follows a young Black woman caught up in a spiral of institutional disadvantage.
A sun-drenched, hormone-laden trip of teenage kicks turns dark in this compellingly contemporary navigation of sexual politics.
This hypnotic, transcendental debut feature follows a young man’s mystical journey across a beguiling rural Vietnam.
Hugo Weaving and Phoenix Raei play a hermit and cop who form an unlikely connection amid crisis in this wonderfully weird sucker-punch of tenderness.
Cannes Best Actress winner Zar Amir-Ebrahimi anchors this Sundance award-winning portrait of a mother seeking a new life for herself and her daughter.
Sean Price Williams makes his feature directorial debut with this freewheeling picaresque trip through the cliques and communes of today’s USA.
A spellbinding family portrait that presents a child’s-eye view of love, loss and life in all their messy, glorious, heartbreaking colour.