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Max White

A Gentle Creature

Sergei Loznitsa’s nightmarish Siberian drama is a savage piece of cinema worthy of its 2017 Palme d'Or nomination.

Where Have You Gone, Lou DiMaggio?

Whether you’re approaching a mid-life crisis, currently living through one or have come out the otherside unscathed

My Generation

Appearing in more than 115 films over his long, quintessentially British career, Sir Michael Caine is indisputably a Blighty film icon.

Sweet Country

A pot of oil-black coffee is bubbling violently over a fire, then a stream of pure white sugar is poured into the brew.

120 Beats Per Minute

ACT UP-Paris is the highly organised group of gay Parisian activists and devotees to the global movement of the same name

Mountain

Willem Dafoe and the Australian Chamber Orchestra take you on a journey not up, but into the mountain.

Mountain

Willem Dafoe and the Australian Chamber Orchestra take you on a journey not up, but into the mountain.

Psychic Murder

Quirky comedy drama and absurd prosthetic hand short, Psychic Murder is the self-satisfying creation of writer, director and editor Brandon Block’s exploratory imagination.

Human Flow

Chinese contemporary artist, political activist and director, Ai Wei Wei, blends visionary artistry and empathetic humanitarianism in an intimate look at the unprecedented refugee crisis.

A Woman’s Life

Written by Stéphane Brizé and Florence Vignon, A Woman’s Life is a doleful period drama gleaned from the classic 1977 novel by Guy de Maupassant.

Vesper

Something eerie is afoot in Vesper—a French psychological thriller by 18 year old Director Keyvan Sheikhalishahi.

Welcome To The World

Albert M. Chan’s Welcome to the World may only be seven minutes long, but it will stay with you for a lifetime.