Like A Dirty French Novel intertwines the stories of two estranged brothers, a sex-phone operator and a cosplayer, set to the backdrop…
Disclosure is a confronting tale about two close couples whose friendships implode through the allegation that one of their children was sexually abused by the other.
You Cannot Kill David Arquette is the redemptive tale of washed-up Hollywood actor David Arquette and his attempt to redeem the mistakes of his past.
After the band Sparks’ two previous failed attempts to make a musical film, first with Italian slapstick actor Jacques Tati, then with Tim Burton, the third time is the charm in French filmmaker Leos Carax’s Annette.
La Verónica (literally) centres on social media star and footballer’s wife Veronica (Mariana Di Girólamo), whose persistent efforts to procure a sponsorship deal is derailed by re-surfaced murder charges of their infant child from many years ago.
Set in the icy tundra of Manitoba, Canada, The Ice Road is a race-against-time action thriller that pits Liam Neeson not only against thin ice roads that could crack at any minute but also corporate greed.
Fanny Lye Deliver’d is a quasi-Western set just after the English Civil War, circa 1657, in a period of moral and sexual liberation, as well as barbaric violence.
Dating Amber centres on Eddie and Amber, two gay teenagers who fake a romantic relationship at school to convince their tormenting classmates they are straight and otherwise ‘normal’.
Minamata captures the harrowing real-life story of Japanese locals suffering shocking neurological and physical paralysis from severe mercury poisoning in the water supply of its coastal towns.