Less than two months after its release, Maid has brought audiences across the world to their knees.…
Ride The Wave is a breath of fresh air. Tense, moving, and raw, it is a celebration of talent, resilience, and some top-class parenting.
With a careful balance of simplicity and spark, Queen Of Glory sees worlds and cultures collide in a wonderfully human display of modern America.
After The Crossing (Traverser) is an intimate exploration of hope, suffering, and camaraderie that sheds light on lives lived in the shadows.
A searing vision of personal trauma and collective experience, Delphine’s Prayers makes for tough but essential viewing.
Charlotte Ginsborg’s Songs For The River is a technicolour collage of hope, fear, and resilience. This film is a moving reminder that, in a time defined by plague and pain, community is alive and well.
A love story for the age of social media, Dating & New York is a witty exploration of the disconnected nature of an ever-connected world.
From a fable-like story of survival and resilience to a shocking exploration of discovery and deceit, Misha And The Wolves is a wild ride.
The Green Sea is an uneasy dreamscape of trauma and redemption; a turtle-centric tale that doesn’t entirely miss the mark.
Farewell Amor is an understated, beautifully executed illustration of an all too common, yet underrepresented, experience – a family desperate to find their feet, in a world that has moved on without them.