The genuinely inspirational story of how ‘trauma cleaner’ Sandra Pankhurst responded to an unseen world with radical kindness.
In his latest provocation, satire master Riley Stearns asks: if you had to duel your own clone to the death, would you win?
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.
In this love story written in lava, two intrepid scientists who adore volcanoes as much as each other gift the world with something extraordinary.
Bear witness to the possible futures of the planet’s oldest tropical rainforest in a world-first durational VR installation.
The 2021 Venice competition’s Special Jury Prize winner is a gorgeous meditation on light, landscape and the passage of history.
An intriguing, intimate epic that charts the personal ebbs and flows of two men in conversation across the highways and byways of Melbourne.
Austrian master of discomfort Ulrich Seidl returns with his first narrative feature in nine years: an irresistible study of a sleazy songster.
Legendary structuralist filmmaker James Benning crafts an ostensibly simple, quietly mischievous landscape work that reflects on his homeland today.