A young Vietnamese-French woman is faced with the communist takeover of Saigon on 30 April 1975.
A unique melding of biopic and biographical documentary, this 90s classic – sumptuously restored in time for its 30th anniversary – pays tribute to a vanished era of cinema.
Food lovers won’t be able to resist this tantalising story of a master ramen chef and his legendary Tokyo noodle shop.
This riveting firsthand account tells the story behind the legendary band that helped inspire the alternative rock sound of the 90s.
Misogynist or champion of women? This expansive portrait of a controversial fashion icon captures both light and shade.
Meet Australia’s self-crowned “Queen of Honky-Tonk”: renegade country singer Wanita was born ready.
A collective springs to life in this radiant tribute to radical Black politics.
An engrossing profile of a little-known 60s blues and folk icon, executive-produced by Wim Wenders.
Award-winning filmmaker Eddie Martin revisits the cultural landscape of Larry Clark’s iconic 90s film, which paved a bumpy path for its young stars’ future success.
An elderly woman and her nephew wax nostalgic in this charming ode to times gone by.
Dash Snow epitomised “live fast, die young”, ascending from New York’s fringe to the major international art scene during his brief existence.
An unsettling, melancholic portrait of what fame did to the talented young star of Death in Venice.
Before Thurgood Marshall, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Rosa Parks, there was Pauli Murray. Remember their name.
Maliciously outed after his death, musician Billy Tipton is now a transmasculine icon.
Part road movie, part video essay, this lyrical tour-de-force from Angelo Madsen Minax finds catharsis in confronting family drama.
Naina Sen explores the relationship between biracial identity and generational belonging through traditional Balinese dance.
A daughter explores her mother’s complex punk legacy in this no-holds-barred documentary.
A deeply personal portrait becomes a reflection on Iran’s turbulent political history in this striking, formally innovative memoir.
Artist, outsider, writer, queer activist. David Wojnarowicz was all of these things and more, as Chris McKim captures in his fiery documentary.