A strange but insightful film, at turns matter-of-factly tragic and bizarrely optimistic about human perseverance.
A chronicle of a young blind women, diagnosed on the autism spectrum, experiencing life on her own.
A gut-wrenching depiction of one man’s gradual loss of sight and a visceral immersion.
A visual delight and a beautifully rendered, intriguing imagining of a little-known female artist’s life.
This Australian film, set in the 1970s, exudes a fitting hallucinatory quality to the messy coming-of-age experience.
A real-life, rags to riches fairy tale of how a gangly, unremarkable foal grew up to become a racehorse champion.
There is a quiet eloquence to director Yuval Delshad’s debut film about the burgeoning conflict between a father and his teenage son.
Director Lena Yadav has turned first-hand knowledge into an intriguing script that, combined with Russell Carpenter’s (Titanic) rich and varied cinematography, gives voice to women who have little or no say over their own lives.
If clean and sustainable energy sources are so cost-effective, why are we still drilling, fracking, and mining?