There are many films that deal with unwanted pregnancies and the different ways of handling them, but none as inventive as Ninjababy.
Since its premiere at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, audiences have heard great to amazing things about The Father and Anthony Hopkins’ performance in the film.
Nicholas Jarecki’s Crisis seeks to unveil the stigma behind addiction and raise awareness about the opioid epidemic affecting so many in the world right now.
Michelle Pfeiffer dives into her most spirited role in years, playing a widowed New York socialite who shifts her and her son’s mundane life to Paris in the utterly surreal comedy, French Exit.
After working as an assistant director for Yorgos Lanthimos and Richard Linklater, Christos Nikou gives us his directorial debut film, Apples.
One of the most famous and alluring exports of modern Spanish cinema, Pedro Almodóvar, is back with a new short film, The Human Voice.
Chloé Zhao directs Nomadland, a remarkable and moving story of loss and how it affects those left behind.
Quo vadis, Aida? is based on a harrowing true story about the atrocities of war in mid-90s Bosnia.
Director Quentin Reynaud’s Final Set is an off-beat sports tale centred around an ageing tennis protege who dreams of becoming something more while tackling some taxing personal problems.
Following up their directorial work on the highest-grossing film of all time, Avengers: Endgame (2019), the Russo’s are back in the director’s chair with Cherry.
Judas and the Black Messiah takes you into the tragic true story of Black Panther Party chairman Fred Hampton and William O’Neal’s lives.
Minari is a wonderfully shot, exceptionally profound drama film that focuses on the intersection between family and living one’s dream.
Directed by Thomas Vinterberg and starring crowd favourite Mads Mikkelsen, Another Round (or Druk as it’s titled in Danish, which loosely translates to ‘binge drinking’) is a film that dives into the ups, downs, and all-arounds of alcohol.
Directed by Mona Fastvold, The World to Come is a 19th-century same-sex romance story set on the icy backdrop of a secluded farmhouse.
The Mauritanian is one of many films that deal with the Homeland Security aspect of the American justice system. It is a hard topic to touch upon.
The Little Things pays homage to 90s serial killer cop dramas and features award-winning actors that deserve to be in a better movie together.
Recently, directors everywhere have tried to make the first successful pandemic-era film, and none have succeeded. They try, and make them unrealistic, dull, and sort of a humdrum. It was not until Iuli Gerbase’s debut feature The Pink Cloud arrived to accurately portray the world we live in today.
The Food Club is a feel-good comedy-drama movie that is all about self-discovery, love, friendships, and second chances amongst three women in their 60s, set in an idyllic Italian backdrop.
Robert Connolly’s latest venture, The Dry, is a quintessentially Australian film with a compelling storyline that survives patchy acting and the leaps of faith demanded by the plot.
A minute character study of fragility, warped masculinity, and a longing for connection drives Savage, the debut film by writer/director Sam Kelly.
Emerald Fennell has penned and directed a powerful debut with Promising Young Woman, a revenge drama staring Carey Mulligan.
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