The son of the Russian film master makes a doc worthy of his father’s legacy.
Doc chronicle of unconventional filmmaking master William Friedkin.
Rare audio interviews with cinema master Stanley Kubrick foreground a dazzling selection of the late director’s most memorable movie moments.
The story about two children who manage to get out of trouble…
In this heart-warming story about a child’s imaginative ways of dealing with death, two worlds are clashing together.
Regarding the story itself, it is almost as foggy as the enterios it’s playing in.
Terminal is a mysterious story about an elderly lady…
The film doesn’t only address mysoginy, it shows the consequences of its acceptance.
This finely woven story speaks of the abuse of power and hypocrisy in a society…
Can a person just return to the society? What about the stigma, does it stay forever?
This film is another example of a lyrical examination of people’s interaction with the environment.
Ivan Ramljak’s Once Upon a Youth is the filmmaker’s personal journey into the reconstruction of his youth friendship…
A heart-splitting outcry for bettering, thus redefining the concerns judged as primary from elders.
Several questions arise from Homelands, how much of it is documentary and how much is the fiction being the central one.
A masterpiece and one of the best documentaries on the festival circuit now.
An ode on how the past ties with the present, forging unwanted connections that can either be liberating or condemning.