A Hero

In his first film since his 2016 Oscar winning The Salesman, Iranian filmmaker, Asghar Farhadi, once again merges social commentary with realism as he explores the lives of ordinary characters living day-to-day in [...]

Flee

A deeply moving subject on the impacts of war atrocities and seeking refuge, Jonhas Poher Rasmussen's animated documentary titled Flee is one of the most essential and powerful films of [...]

Parallel Mothers

Writer-director Pedro Almodovar continues his sweeping melodrama streak with Parallel Mothers--the story of two single women who meet at a hospital when they are both about to give birth--is an [...]

The Lost Daughter

A dramatically satisfying drama about dissatisfied people attempting to escape from their regrets, The Lost Daughter shows actress-turned filmmaker Maggie Gyllenhaal some impressive strengths that were already evident in her [...]

Memoria

A Scottish woman who travels to Columbia and is suddenly awoken by a loud sonic boom as she sleeps provides the starting point in the astonishing opening scene of Apichatpong [...]

Swan Song

As technology and conceptual designs begin to flourish in this day and age, ideas that were once seemingly outlandish have become theoretically possible. Benjamin Cleary plays with these ideas in [...]

Red Rocket

Sean Baker has done it once again by remarkably delivering another raw and authentic character study related to American subculture and exploration of socio economics, Red Rocket shakes up the [...]

Licorice Pizza

Deeply moving, highly engaging, and technically brilliant, Paul Thomas Anderson’s ninth feature, Licorice Pizza, is the most enthralling and thrilling film to be released this year. A chronicle of first [...]